Experienced Family Law Mediation Services
When a marriage breaks down and divorce becomes the only option couples are generally at their worst for resolving conflict. Emotions are running high, defensive reactions are intensified at the time of divorce and you have a sure recipe for potential disaster not the ideal setting for resolving conflict and finding agreement.
Divorce mediation is a process in which Carol Delzer as your Mediator acts as a neutral third party to help you through your divorce without going to Court.
As your divorce mediator she will file all the court documents necessary, help you reach a settlement in your legal issues and file the final signed agreement with the court
Divorce Consulting Services
Carol Delzer may be available to assist you on a limited legal basis with your family law matter.
With limited legal Carol will consult with you on your case, help you complete legally required court documents and help you with the more routine family law matters.
You retain control over your own family law case and continue to be responsible for all decisions.
Child Custody Mediation
As divorcing parents or separating partners, you may feel confused and overwhelmed by the decisions you face regarding caring for your children and managing financially.
Some couples find co-parenting is easy while others struggle to even remain civil with the other parent. Fortunately, we have many more role models today showing parents how to co-parent in the best interests of their children. Forming a Successful Parenting Partnership for the benefit of your children will also benefit you.
Modification Of Custody
Carol Delzer at Family Law Center, attorney-mediator is highly skilled at helping parents mediate a child support agreement. There is no retainer, Carol will work with both parents, at her hourly rate, in a mediation session to help parents determine guideline child support and then Carol will prepare a Stipulation (Agreement) for Child Support and file it with the family court.
Modification Of Child Support
Collaborative Family Law Services
If you and your spouse want to avoid a courtroom setting, but still want to be represented by your own attorney, you can obtain a divorce through the collaborative process. This is a divorce option in which each party hires a family law attorney who is specially trained in the collaborative process to advise and assist them when negotiating a settlement agreement.
The attorneys at Family Law Center take pride in serving the lesbian, gay, bisexual, and transgender (“LGBT”) community. If you are facing a family law issue, such as divorce or legal separation, or a child custody and support problem, you deserve to be represented by an attorney who will respect your family and treat you with compassion.
A legal separation is often the first step during the uncoupling process. If you and your spouse are not yet ready to call it quits on your marriage, but know the relationship needs to end in its current state, a Legal Separation is a supportive option. It may also be a good alternative to divorce for many reasons.
Property division is a major issue and can be one of the most complex aspects of a divorce, so hiring the right professional is critical. You need someone skilled in financial matters and accounting principles. At Family Law Center, our attorney-mediators are certified by the State Bar of California, with expertises ranging in accounting principles, divorce law, asset and debt division, real estate experience, and the ability to trace separate property.
Spousal Support & Alimony
In California, spousal support is the term for alimony. It is money that one spouse pays to help support the other after the filing of a dissolution. This financial assistance helps the spouse become self-supporting after the divorcing couple separates. And there are several factors involved in determining the amount, so we highly recommend that you consult with a family law attorney to preserve your legal rights.