Maintaining Civility, Reducing Your Costs
Set A Good Example
When divorcing spouses are bent on domestic turmoil, they can set the wrong example for their children. Strangers in family court become the final arbiters of child support and custody or visitation problems that parents could control on their own. Disagreements over alimony or property division could mushroom into expensive, time-consuming divorce litigation, which benefits your lawyer more than you.
Mediation is an option that helps reduce conflict, lower costs and helps you maintain more control of the outcome of your divorce. Attorney James Cuddy has practiced family law in New Haven County and Fairfield County for over 20 years, and can mediate any kind of personal, civil or family dispute.
- It is less expensive.
- It allows for an honest airing of grievances.
- It encourages discussions that highlight common ground between the parties to promote a resolution that is mutually beneficial.
- It gives you control over the outcome of a problem instead of allowing strangers in court to decide it.
- It sets a tone of cooperation for the future and minimizes the impact of divorce on your children.
Throughout your divorce mediation experience with attorney James Cuddy, he will stay available to you so that all spontaneous questions and concerns can be addressed. We want to do whatever we can to resolve your issues in mature ways that spare feelings, generate optimism and dignify your relationship.
Contact Us To Learn More
For experienced representation that is customized to suit your unique situation, contact The Law Offices of James A. Cuddy, LLC, in Shelton, Connecticut. Are you unable to come to our law offices for your free consultation? James Cuddy can come to you. Just call 203-583-8256 local or 866-785-4409 toll-free.
- Child Custody And Visitation In Marriage and Non-Marriage Cases
- Enforcement Of Foreign Judgments And Out-Of-State Court Orders
- Same-Sex Divorce
- Child Support
- Property Division
- Post-Divorce And Post-Custody Modifications
- Collaborative Divorce
- Establishing Paternity
- Parental Relocations
- Prenuptial, Postnuptial And Legal Separation Agreements
- Protective/Restraining Orders/Domestic Violence
- Post-Judgment Contempt And Enforcement