I believe it’s vital to provide couples with divorce methods that keep them out of court but still offer the ability to reach reasonable, fair agreements.
Irvine, California (PRWEB) December 12, 2013
Orange County family law attorney and mediator Judy Williams is pleased to announce the launch of her newly redesigned web site, http://www.mediator-divorce.com. The new site highlights the many alternatives to litigation offered by The Center for Mediated Divorce (CMD).
In response to the growing demand of couples seeking more cost-effective and peaceful ways to divorce, Center for Mediated Divorce has completely revamped its site to enhance the experience of individuals seeking a family law attorney in Orange County. Couples seeking a divorce option that is healthier, less expensive, more productive and faster than a traditional litigated divorce can select from a variety of approaches. The redesigned site contains extensive information regarding these approaches, which are: Mediation, the Kitchen Table Method, Cooperative Divorce, and Collaborative Law.
In regards to the non-litigation choices offered to clients, Judy Williams notes, “I believe it’s vital to provide couples with divorce methods that keep them out of court but still offer the ability to reach reasonable, fair agreements. I believe it’s my job to help couples understand the advantages these approaches offer and then provide the support to help them make the right choice for their particular situation.”
The Center for Mediated Divorce offers alternatives that no other divorce attorneys in Orange County offer. One of these choices, the Kitchen Table method, guides couples so they can make all decisions between the two of them, then the required paperwork is prepared and sent to the court to complete the divorce.
CMD also offers the popular option of mediation, where a neutral third party helps spouses work through the issues of divorce and reach a mutually agreeable settlement, as well as Cooperative Divorce. The Cooperative Divorce approach combines the elements of both mediation and collaborative law.
Collaborative Law differs in that there’s a full team of professionals working with each party and their family in order to assure a peaceful transition to divorced life. All of these choices are geared towards peaceful resolution without the need for litigation.
In addition to a fresh aesthetic, the redesigned site contains a wealth of tools and resources for families. Even for individuals simply interested in knowing their rights and options, the new site provides extensive information regarding various peaceful divorce solutions.
About Center for Mediated Divorce
For nearly 20 years the Center for Mediated Divorce has been assisting couples in obtaining peaceful, litigation-free divorce. After 9 years in the courtroom dealing with divorce related litigation, family lawyer and mediator Judy Williams moved on to help couples divide their assets and debts and parent their children in a peaceful way. Williams believes that every couple should have options in dealing with an issue as sensitive as divorce. With such a focus on providing couples various pathways to a peaceful divorce, the Center for Mediated Divorce has lived up to its motto of “Your Life. Your Choice.”