Mediation

Help Me Help You: How to Help Your Family Law Mediator Help You Settle Your Client’s Family Law Matter

Most family law cases will end up seeing the inside of a mediator’s office at some point.  Love it or hate it, mediation is required in many counties and can even be a prerequisite to getting a trial date.  Whether you have a full day mediation scheduled or are taking a case to a Marion County Modest Means mediation with a three-hour limit, there are ways to make it more likely that your client’s case will settle. 

2017-10-21T21:01:56+00:00 November 1st, 2017|Mediation, Wanzer Edwards News|

Why Wait? Arbitrate!

In 2005, Indiana adopted the Family Law Arbitration Act to provide an alternative to “litigation as usual” in most kinds of family law cases. Why isn’t this the way cases that can’t get settled in mediation are reaching resolution? Perhaps it’s because most people don’t know enough about it. Here are the top 4 reasons you should be arbitrating your disputes.

2017-07-25T08:12:41+00:00 March 1st, 2016|Mediation, Wanzer Edwards News|

Don’t Let the Dog Eat Your Homework!

When you are going through a divorce, paternity or post decree case you will have some work to do to help your attorney prepare to properly represent you. While you will not be graded on your response, the “final exam” is your settlement negotiations, mediation or trial where all the important information your attorney needs will be used to resolve your case. So your homework grade does count!

2014-12-05T15:27:47+00:00 October 13th, 2014|Mediation, Wanzer Edwards News|

Choosing An Attorney

Selecting your attorney is an important choice, and one that should not be taken lightly. Your attorney is going to be the person helping to guide you through one of the most painful transitions you may face. He or she needs to know what they’re doing and be able to advise you of all your options, rights and responsibilities.

2014-12-05T15:28:33+00:00 September 9th, 2014|Collaborative Law, Mediation, Wanzer Edwards News|