Spanish speaking mediator

Mediation, with regard to the law, is a form of alternative dispute resolution.  This is the process by which two parties to a dispute meet with their lawyers and an impartial Spanish speaking divorce mediator in order to resolve the issues of their case.  It is the official policy of the State of Texas to promote amicable and non-judicial settlements of issues regarding children and families.  Employment mediation is a method use to settle disputes between employer and employee in which both parties agree to include an impartial third party who will conduct the negotiations in order to attain a sensible settlement. Divorce mediation is a voluntary, confidential and structured process in which spouses who are seeking divorce come together in a safe, comfortable setting and communicate with the help of a Spanish speaking mediator “a trained neutral”.

 

 

A  lawyer is someone to talk  on your own, without your spouse present, so you can enjoy the best possible results occurs for you.  Counseling in Spanish is a way for a couple to settle their divorce without turning their marriage into a long drawn out court battle.  Instead of putting both sides against each other in a battle for kids and marriage assets, mediation uses conflict resolution to get an amicable divorce.  Bilingual counselor work with children to teach social skills and proper interaction with many different types of people. Whether you are coming to counseling as an individual or as a couple, you’ll want to find a therapist with training and experience working with the gay and lesbian population. Marriage counseling or Bilingual therapist, which is a kind of psychotherapy, is an effective way to help the married couples.

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