Divorce Doesn’t Have to be Complicated

Contested divorce is expensive. Not only on your pocketbook, but also on your family and most importantly, your family’s future.

Divorce Mediation is an alternative to contested divorce that saves time and money by helping couples resolve their differences, as long as both parties are willing to work together to move forward with their lives.

At Tlusty & Kennedy, we’re here to help you reach a mutual agreement and ensure that your paperwork is properly completed for court approval.


What is Divorce Mediation?

Sometimes referred to as a ‘friendly divorce’, a married couple that has filed for divorce on their own can jointly hire one attorney to act as a mediator.

The mediator’s job is to remain neutral and help the separating couple reach a mutual agreement. The mediator also helps complete the written documents that must be given to the judge at the final hearing.


Will Divorce Mediation Work for Us?

Divorce Mediation works for couples that are still civil, and still communicating with each other. You’re close to an agreement on how you’re planning to divide your marital property and how you’ll divide time with your kids.

Divorce Mediation is a collaborative process where both sides must be willing to cooperate and compromise. Although the mediator is here to guide and help you, ultimately you control whether an agreement is reached.


How Will Tlusty & Kennedy Help?

Our experienced family law attorneys will work with you to finalize an amiable agreement, and help with the paperwork necessary to present to the judge.

If there are minor disagreements, our attorneys will discuss your situation and offer recommendations. With nearly a century of family law experience, we’ve seen what works, what doesn’t work, and can help you understand what Wisconsin law allows.

For pricing and more information, call us today at 715-359-3188, or fill out the following form to begin your collaborative divorce:

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