Although there are similarities in the ways that attorneys work, there are also some important differences that you should look for. An attorney that avoids your phone calls and doesn’t keep you updated on the status of your divorce case probably isn’t keeping up with your case either. Schuttler, Greenberg & Mullins has a policy for returning phone calls and keeping clients up-to-date on their divorce case.
There are also differences in the ways that lawyers support their clients. Some will discourage you from contacting your spouse or making any attempt to work out any of the details of your divorce. Unfortunately, they are more interested in extending the time it takes to reach a resolution in the courtroom. At Schuttler, Greenberg & Mullins, you will have a divorce lawyer who will work to get the fastest, most agreeable resolution through negotiation or mediation.
The majority of divorce cases are settled before they ever go to trial. This may be accomplished by negotiating with the assistance of legal representation or through mediation. While each spouse’s attorneys may be able to come up with a compromise that is agreeable to both sides, mediation allows both spouses to have control over the negotiations so they decide what the final outcome will be. Instead of favoring one spouse or the other, the mediator facilitates the hearing(s), maintaining a neutral position.
The skills of the mediator will determine how successful the process will be or whether it will be successful at all. The attorneys from Schuttler, Greenberg & Mullins have the experience and skills to facilitate a successful mediation process or negotiate on your behalf as your representation. You can count on them to get the best results in the shortest amount of time and at the cost that is lowest.