Pensacola, FL (PRWEB) March 28, 2014
A leading innovator with the concept of the Marital Salvation Program, attorney and alternative dispute resolution (ADR) professional Gregory P. Farrar has brought his legal experience as an effective mediator and litigator to Mediation.com.
“I believe that struggling couples who are considering ending their marriage should consider mediation with an experienced Family Law mediator before initiating litigation,” Farrar said. He added that, “As a family law mediator/lawyer, my goal is not only to help divorcing couples save time and money, but also to save them from the emotional anguish that comes from litigation. It’s my role to educate them about all their options, responsibilities, and the possible consequences should they choose to separate or divorce. I recommend that couples try mediation earlier before their negative emotions are entrenched too deep.”
The Farrar Law Firm & Mediation Group also offers the Marital Salvation Program, an innovative mediation program which allows their clients an opportunity to save their marriage, or to safeguard their interests if they divorce. The program is geared towards guiding both parties pro-actively to find common ground and come up with a temporary or long-term plan for their lives.
Farrar explained that contested divorce usually costs around $5,000 in legal fees for each couple for a total of $10,000 while divorce mediation is far less expensive and costs on average approximately $2,500. Mediation is the most economical route rather than litigation. Farrar said that by joining Mediation.com, he can now help more people who are going through this process and help them save money and from causing emotional damage to themselves and their children.
Greg Farrar has practiced Family Law litigation in the Northwest Florida area for over 27 years. The Farrar Law Firm & Mediation Group is a multi-attorney/mediator firm which focuses on Family Law mediation and litigation, personal injury, civil disputes and simple estate planning. They offer a variety of mediation options including telephonic, video, and Christian–based mediation.