Colorado Mediation

When a relationship dies, it is much like the pain and difficulties of having a loved one die. The crucial difference between the death of a loved one and the death of a relationship is that the mediated divorce legal system is adversarial. In practice, this system often results in making already a difficult and emotional situation worse€” and very costly, to add insult to injury.

Mediated divorce does not have to be an adversarial process. There are better and less expensive ways to dissolve your marriage. At the law firm of JR Phillips & Associates, P.C., in Denver, Colorado, we advocate alternative dispute resolution (ADR), such as mediation, that very often helps a couple through this most trying of times with as little emotional and monetary damage as possible. We serve clients in the south Denver metro area.

In addition, we have a trained mediator on our staff who can act as facilitator and scrivener in letting both of you come to your own agreement without the bitter, nasty, costly adversarial process. Our attorneys can also represent one party (but not both) and utilize the services of outside professional mediators.

If both parties are willing to forego “declaring World War III” on each other, we can help you save your sanity, dignity and money, as well as minimize the devastation frequently wrought on the children. We will help you draft a workable parenting plan that will ensure that both parents can continue to play an active and vital role in the lives of your children.

Colorado child support is determined by a formula that considers the incomes of both parents and the number of children you support. We can explain how child support is determined and ensure it is calculated accurately in your case.

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