Leesburg Family Law Mediation Attorneys

During mediation, also known as alternative dispute resolution (ADR), a third-party "neutral" assists in resolving a dispute between two or more parties.

Mediation is a nonadversarial, less stressful, less expensive approach to conflict resolution. A mediator facilitates communication between the parties, assists them in focusing on the dispute's real issues and generates options to resolve the conflict.

Mediation can be particularly effective in divorce cases, for settlements of custody and visitation, child support and spousal support, and property division matters.

If you prefer a candid, cooperative mediation of your contested or high net worth divorce in Virginia, you should know that our experienced Sevila, Saunders, Huddleston & White family law attorneys are mediators too — and dedicated to your success.

Your SSHW mediation will be conducted by Craig White. Mr. White has been certified by the Virginia Supreme Court as a family law mediator since 2005. He is recognized by the Virginia Business magazine as a 'Legal Elite' in the practice of Alternative Dispute Resolution.

To speak to SSHW and Mr. White, please call locally to 703-468-0432, 800-239-4122 toll free or contact us by email for an initial consultation and orientation session.

SSHW Offers Quality Divorce Mediation In Virginia

The many benefits of mediating a dispute include:

  • Mediation allows you to customize an agreement to address the unique circumstances of your family.
  • Mediation is typically much faster than litigation.
  • Mediation is less expensive than litigation in virtually all cases.
  • Mediation is a voluntary process and is less intimidating than court proceedings.
  • Everything discussed during mediation is confidential, not public in a courtroom.
  • Mediation can enhance the working relationship between the parties, set a positive tone for future dealings and minimize the negative impact of divorce on children.

We invite you to discuss your situation with our experienced Leesburg family law mediation lawyer. The first step is an orientation session, wherein each party speaks one-on-one with Craig White, so he may explain the mediation process and answer any questions you may have about mediation. Please contact us here to set up an appointment.