Port Washington Divorce Mediatior

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Relationships and marriages are complicated. While some can last a lifetime, allowing people to grow old and grey together, others face a multitude of problems over the years. When a marriage simply doesn't work anymore, the best route forward is usually to end the relationship and move in your separate directions. However, this isn't a simple process. Whether you're seeking a separation, or a full divorce, you'll need the guidance and support of the right professional.

While the most obvious choice may be to seek out the support of a divorce attorney, it's worth remembering that litigation isn't the only way to end a marriage. Sometimes, for couples that can still communicate, the option of mediation is a much more appealing way to end the relationship on neutral grounds, carefully negotiating the issues that matter most to you. As a divorce attorney, collaborative lawyer and trained mediator, Mr. Darren M Shapiro gives residents of Port Washington and beyond the chance to choose their preferred method of ending a marriage.

Choosing a Port Washington Divorce Mediator

No couple is immune to potential problems in their marriage. Port Washington, according to Wikipedia, is one of the most affluent places in Nassau County and New York, with more than 15,846 people living there. The Forbes magazine also listed the hamlet as the 418th wealthiest location in the United States in 2017. However, as we all know, money doesn't necessarily buy happiness. Even if you are lucky enough to live in an affluent location, that doesn't mean that you'll never experience problems with your marriage.

Information from City-data.com suggests that approximately 63% of the residents in the town are married, while another 1% are separated, and 7.1% are divorced. While no happily married couple enjoys thinking about the potential end of their marriage, often the best way to protect yourself from whatever may happen in the future, is to ensure that you know what you're options are when your marriage does start to falter. Whether you're looking to draft a separation agreement for you and your partner, build a post-nuptial agreement that gives you peace of mind for the rest of your marriage, or pursue a divorce, Attorney Shapiro can help.

Mr. Darren Shapiro offers clients of Port Washington a comprehensive divorce mediator experience, designed to suit their individual needs. You can even consider using preliminary planning sessions if you would like to build a rapport with your new mediator before you continue with the rest of the negotiation process. Alternatively, if you would like to make sure that you and your partner are always on the same page by avoiding one-on-one conversations, Attorney Shapiro can offer traditional mediation too.

Port Washington Divorce Mediation

For residents of Port Washington and beyond, Attorney Shapiro offers divorce mediation as a way to overcome the stress and headaches of the litigation process. If you would rather maintain as much control over your divorce process as possible, then a mediation procedure can give you and your partner the chance to discuss your issues in a neutral environment. Some people who go through mediation to draft a separation agreement even end up staying together. Others that are committed to their divorce may find that they can maintain some aspect of their relationship with their ex-partner for the benefit of any children from the marriage.

While not everyone will be able to discover the benefits of a Port Washington divorce mediation procedure, it can be a helpful option for many. Most of Darren Shapiro's clients find that if they can compromise in their mediation procedure, they don't struggle as much when it comes to finding resolutions to their problems. Sometimes, mediation can even be a faster and less expensive alternative to the typical litigation procedure. It also means that you won't need to expose yourself to the stress and discomfort of the litigation experience.

Mr. Shapiro offers divorce mediation to residents of Port Washington, along with a range of other collaborative law and litigation options. This means that you can have full control over how you want to pursue your divorce, and the issues surrounding it, like equitable distribution or child custody. The in-depth knowledge that Attorney Shapiro brings to the process makes him a reliable source of support for many couples. Attorney Shapiro has more than 2 decades of experience as a lawyer and helping individuals in Port Washington, as well as other areas throughout Nassau County and Long Island. From his convenient position on the Jericho Turnpike, Attorney Shapiro can offer a source of local support for divorce, separation agreements and more.

Getting the Help of a Nassau County Divorce Mediator

Divorce mediation is an excellent opportunity for many couples who would prefer to avoid the litigation procedure as much as possible. While some couples simply won't be able to negotiate over their family law and marital issues, others will find that the mediation process helps them to communicate more effectively over the issues that matter most to them. Because Attorney Shapiro offers such a wide range of ways to tackle your separation, child support, divorce, and other marital issues, he ensures that every client he encounters feels confident about the next stage of their legal experience.

If you would like to find out more about the services that Attorney Shapiro offers, or discover whether mediation is right for you, read through our blog, or contact Mr. Shapiro today. Your first thirty-minute consultation is free, and couples are advised to come to their initial meeting together if they're planning on using divorce mediation. Find out more by calling us on (516) 333-6555.

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