Rule 31 Mediation Attorney in Murfreesboro, Tennessee
In some cases, going to trial may not be the best option for your family law case. You may find that going through mediation can result in more ideal results. At The Daubenspeck Law Office, I utilize my 18+ years as a Rule 31 mediator to help families reach the best possible outcome. Some benefits from mediation can include saving money, time, and emotional energy. If you believe that mediation is the right path for you, contact me today, and let’s set up a free consultation. I provide my legal services to the areas of Murfreesboro, Smyrna, La Vergne, Wilson County, and Williamson County, Tennessee.
What is Rule 31 Mediation?
Mediation is a way in which two parties can settle a dispute without having to go to court. Rule 31 sets specific guidelines to be followed that make the process easier and fair for everyone. If you are looking for a solution to a divorce, domestic violence dispute, or any other family law matter, reach out to me at The Daubenspeck Law in Murfreesboro, Tennessee. By going through the mediation process, you will be able to save money and reach a solution in a more timely manner. Let’s find a time to talk and go over your mediation needs.
What Makes Me Different?
I have over 18 years of experience as a family law attorney and mediator. Along with working as a mediator, I have a special certification in domestic violence. Before opening up my own law firm, I worked as a child support enforcement attorney, which gave me very specific insight into different family law services. I approach every case holistically so that the solution that we come to can be the best. To learn more about how I can help you and your family come to a peaceful resolution, contact me at The Daubenspeck Law Office in Murfreesboro, Tennessee, and let’s schedule a complimentary meeting.
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What Happens During Rule 31 Mediation?
In the state of Tennessee, every family law matter must go through some form of mediation before going to the litigation phase. However, you can opt-in to complete the entire family law dispute in the mediation phase. During the process, you and the other party will sit down with a Rule 31 mediator and attempt to come to an agreement on the specific issues that you are facing. Those issues can include child custody, visitation, child support, property division, and more. As your mediator, I will serve as an impartial party and lead both sides to find the best outcome possible, all while saving you time and money. To learn more, contact me today. I provide my services to Murfreesboro, Smyrna, La Vergne, Wilson County, and Williamson County, Tennessee.
Is Rule 31 Mediation Always Required?
There are some exceptions to when mediation is not required during a family law matter such as:
The cost is too high
You and the other party have already come to an agreement
The court deems it unnecessary
You may find, however, that you will want to speak to a mediator just so you can make sure that you have all of your ducks in a row. Reach out to me today and let me help you with your various family law mediation needs.
Choose a Peaceful Solution
Rule 31 mediation can prove to be the right option for you and your family. As your mediator, I want you to reach the best solution for your family’s needs as quickly and as cost-effective as possible. If you have family law matters that you want to take care of in the areas of Murfreesboro, Smyrna, La Vergne, Wilson County, or Williamson County, Tennessee, contact me at The Daubenspeck Law Office and schedule a free consultation.