Seek An Out-Of-Court Resolution Through Mediation
Mediation is an alternative way to resolve legal disputes. Typically, the mediator is an impartial third party in charge of facilitating the conversation. During the mediation process, the two disputing parties can air their grievances and explore their options. The goal of mediation is to encourage communication and eventually reach a settlement. Mediation also allows the couple to avoid the emotional and financial costs of litigation.
Our Mediation Experience And Training
Martin P. Gagne received formal mediation training and certification in 1990. He strongly recommends that each party has their own Wisconsin family law attorney to provide advice during the mediation process, to review any memorandum of agreement, and to convert that memorandum into a formal legal document. Mr. Gagne offers his services as a mediator for all types of family law disputes.
Kate McChrystal studied mediation at Marquette University Law School and received a certificate in family mediation from the University of Wisconsin-Milwaukee. She is a family court-appointed mediator in Milwaukee County and is available for work as a private mediator. She can also perform limited-scope arbitration as a parent coordinator in divorces and post-judgment disputes. Please see Kate’s biography for more information regarding mediation and parent coordination.
Katherine J. De Lorenzo received a Certificate in Dispute Resolution in 2007 from Marquette University. Ms. De Lorenzo has provided mediation and arbitration services in many cases. Ms. De Lorenzo strongly believes that alternative dispute resolution can provide a valuable and successful option to traditional litigation.
How Our Background Helps You
If you are going through a divorce or legal separation or post-judgment dispute, consider the option of mediation. At Gagne McChrystal De Lorenzo & Burghardt, our attorneys are all professionally trained mediators.