Mediation Attorney in Hays County
Offering Experienced Mediation & Legal Guidance Throughout Hays County, Travis County, Blanco County & the Surrounding Central Texas Areas
Mediation is an alternative to litigation that allows you to resolve your divorce, family-related issues, or other legal disputes amicably. By avoiding a contentious courtroom battle, you can take control over the outcome of your case. You may also be able to save money, time, and stress by avoiding a costly trial.
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Whether representing a client's interests or acting as a neutral third party, our mediation services offer compassionate, caring and knowledgeable guidance to couples going through a divorce or dispute in Texas. Please note, The Law Office of Milena Christopher cannot be both your attorney and your mediator. These two roles conflict with each other; an attorney offers legal advice to their client while a mediator does not. For example, you might choose to retain Milena Christopher as your attorney to represent you throughout your case, including during mediation to help negotiate on your behalf, or you could hire Milena Christopher to be the mediator in your case, to help you and your ex reach a reasonable resolution through mediation.
What Is a Mediator?
A mediator is a neutral third party who helps guide discussions and negotiations during a legal dispute. A mediator does not represent either party in a dispute but instead acts as a facilitator or guide, helping both parties the opportunity to voice their concerns and needs and to work jointly to reach a mutually beneficial agreement.
If you’re interested in using mediation to resolve your legal issue, we can help. Attorney Milena Christopher has achieved the level of Advanced Credentialed Mn and, prior to that, was certified by the Supreme Court of Florida as a mediator during the early years of the mediation movement. She has extensive training and experience as a mediator and can help you work to resolve your dispute. Furthermore, Attorney Milena has been an instructor for Basic Mediation training and was the lead instructor for the Family Law Mediation Training at the Central Texas Dispute Resolution Center for several years. Her mediation experience, along with her masters level education in Psychology Counseling as well as her calming demeanor are especially suited to help people resolve their differences.
Do I Need My Own Mediation Attorney?
While there is no requirement for legal representation during mediation, a skilled attorney can help ensure your rights and interests are protected in the process.
We also help clients resolve a range of other legal matters through mediation, including contract disputes and personal injury matters.
Our legal team is passionate and understanding about helping our clients get through these difficult times.
We ensure your voice is heard and your best interests are represented and protected.
Our legal team is available when you need them most. We make ourselves available after hours, by appointment.
Our founding attorney has decades of experience and understands the Texas divorce system inside and out.