Resolve Disputes Without Expensive Litigation Through Mediation

The decisions that must be made in divorce or at the end of a nonmarital relationship in which there are minor children are not easy. Parents want to protect their relationship with children, and there often are concerns about making it work financially now that one household is splitting into two.

Why Mediation Makes Sense

Mediation is an opportunity for parties to resolve critical aspects of the divorce without going to court. Known as alternative dispute resolution, mediation is an informal meeting of the parties facilitated by a neutral third party known as a mediator, where each party — in separate rooms — communicates with the mediator only, who then relays that party's position to the other party, with the goal of negotiating to ultimately reach agreement.

By helping clients avoid litigation through successful mediation, the Law Office of Care Enichen, LLC, in Boulder, Colorado, saves them money and provides them more control over the outcome. When the parties in a divorce can help shape the agreements regarding parenting plans, spousal support or property division, they generally are more satisfied with the agreement and find it easier to cooperate with a former spouse going forward. If a dispute cannot be resolved through mediation, Care is always prepared to represent her clients in court.

Ready To Facilitate Solutions Through Mediation

Attorney Care Enichen blends compassion, creative problem-solving skills and assertive representation to help her clients resolve family law disputes without the need to litigate.

We welcome the opportunity to represent your interests by facilitating the setting of mediation with an experienced neutral (professional mediator) and accompanying you at any scheduled mediation sessions to advise you on the proposals being discussed. Contact our office to schedule a meeting and learn more.