San Antonio Alternative Dispute Resolution Attorneys
Legally ending a marriage can be both an emotionally and financially taxing process, especially because many divorce proceedings occur in a traditional court setting. However, in recent years, a more popular option for the divorce process is alternative dispute resolution, which allows each individual the possibility of reaching an agreement without drudging through drawn-out court battles. This option can allow you to settle any disputes with your spouse away from the public setting of the court. Alternative dispute resolution offers a more private, expedited process that may result in higher satisfaction for both parties. In the case of family disputes, alternative dispute resolution can also make the well-being of children the top priority.
If you are going through a divorce and are interested in alternative dispute resolution, consider contacting a qualified San Antonio alternative dispute resolution attorney. Our compassionate lawyers are committed to reaching a divorce agreement that considers everyone involved. Contact our lawyers at Higdon, Hardy & Zuflacht immediately to discuss the particulars of your case and determine if alternative dispute resolution could be a viable option for you.
Types of Alternative Dispute Resolution
Alternative Dispute resolution is authorized through Title 7 of the Texas Civil Practice and Remedies Code. A court may, on its own motion or on the motion of a party, refer a pending dispute for resolution by an alternative dispute procedure. Our lawyers have experience with the following types of alternative dispute resolution:
Mediation uses a trained neutral mediator to attempt to resolve the dispute, while collaborative law is a hybrid process that involves each client bringing a trained lawyer to the table to negotiate the divorce. Either of these options could help you to retain control during your divorce proceedings. If you are considering either of these options to settle your divorce, please do not hesitate to contact one of our trained San Antonio alternative dispute resolution attorneys.
Contact a San Antonio Family Law Attorney
If you are seeking a divorce and considering an expedited, less stressful process than litigation, then alternative dispute resolution may be the right option for you. Please contact Higdon, Hardy & Zuflacht as soon as possible to discuss the particulars of your case. Our experienced attorneys will do our best to make your divorce as painless as possible. Call our offices in San Antonio at (210) 306-4471 to begin discussing the details of your case and see how we can work hard to help you.