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Mediation and Collaborative Law

Mediation and Collaborative Law | Collins Family Law

Need a Lawyer for Family Mediation in Charlotte?

Litigation can be extremely difficult and emotionally trying for a family. Besides the emotion and stress involved, litigation can cause financial hardship. Thankfully, there are alternatives to litigation – mediation and collaborative law. We strive to provide an effective legal solution for you and your family that can help ease the stress and alleviate the financial burden of a lengthy civil litigation matter.

Mediation is also known as alternative dispute resolution and is often used to help resolve legal disputes in an amicable and mutually agreeable manner. Because mediation can be used to minimize the risk of causing friction or animosity between parties, mediation can be especially beneficial in family matters that involve very emotional and sensitive decisions.
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If you are involved in a divorce or family law matter, an experienced Charlotte divorce mediation attorney from Collins Family Law Group can be of assistance in helping your family reach an agreeable and positive outcome!

Is Mediation or Collaborative Law Right for My Family?

Mediation or collaborative law can be a cost-effective solution for nearly every type of family law dispute, including:

Why is Divorce Mediation Preferred by so Many People Throughout Charlotte, North Carolina?

Mediation and collaborative law provide benefits that include but aren’t limited to:

  • Less time spent in court
  • Less expenses due to lack of court fees
  • The parties can choose their own mediator
  • Each party can listen to one another’s concerns
  • Informal, non-adversarial, and confidential environment
  • Each party can suggest or agree upon creative decisions for their unique family dynamic
  • Each party can communicate their wishes, emotions, and desires directly, rather through a third-party lawyer in a courtroom
  • Each party can make their own decisions, allowing them to establish control over their legal matters rather than leaving them to the discretion of the courts


You can resolve family law disputes in an amicable manner through mediation or collaborative law. Many clients have been able to move forward in a positive manner by using mediation or collaborative law. By taking a less adversarial approach, you can maintain a positive relationship with the other party going forward and can more easily move on to the next chapter in your life.

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Do you have questions about how our mediation services can be of benefit to your family?

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Solve Your Issues With Help From a Charlotte Mediation or Collaborative Law Attorney.

Mediation is not about creating more problems. It is about helping parties find creative solutions. At Collins Family Law Group, we do not judge or determine who is at fault. Rather, we offer you neutral legal advice that can help provide the information that you need to make a decision on common ground with your former spouse.

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If an agreement is reached through family mediation and collaborative law, we can help you create a legally binding statement. With a skilled Charlotte mediation and collaborative lawyer, we can make sure you are involved in the decision-making process and you walk away with an agreement that is mutually beneficial to you and the other party.

Why Choose Our Lawyers?

  • We offer expertise — Board Certified Family Law Specialist at the firm.
  • We have proudly served North Carolina for over 20 years.
  • We pursue peaceful solutions and have two licensed mediators on our team.
  • We are zealous advocates if litigating the case in the courtroom is required.
  • We are known for creative, client-centered strategies.

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