In Illinois, parents that have not been able to agree upon holiday parenting time, most likely need to attend mediation prior to seeking assistance from a court. In DuPage County, Illinois, local court rules mandate that parents attend mediation with a court approved mediator prior to seeking assistance from its courts. Need Parenting Time for Labor Day? Mediate.
Mediation through The Law Firm of Erin N. Birt, P.C. is available based upon the parents schedule: mornings, evenings, weekends. If the Labor Day parenting schedule has not been set, or needs to be modified, please contact us to set an appointment. We assist clients in coordinating scheduling with the other parent.
Why mediate? The benefits of DuPage County Divorce Mediation and Family Law Mediation include:
*The parties control the process;
*Mediation agreements are determined by the individuals, not third parties;
*Parties are more inclined to abide by an agreement that they have created;
*Mediation helps narrow the issues (even if an agreement is not reached);
*Mediation is cost and time efficient.
DuPage County Divorce Mediator, Erin Birt, is a family law mediator and an Illinois divorce lawyer. As a DuPage County Divorce Mediator and lawyer, she understands the legal requirements for an enforceable and equitable divorce or family law agreement in DuPage County, Illinois. When requested, she can present to parties various options that have been previously accepted by a divorce court to help move the parties forward. Ms. Birt, however, cannot provide the parties with legal advice or present legal strategy to either party in her role as a DuPage County Divorce Mediator.
DuPage County Divorce Mediator, Erin Birt, serves clients in Wheaton, Glen Ellyn, Naperville, Warrenville, Winfield, Carol Stream, Bloomingdale, Lombard, Elmhurst, Downers Grove, and Oak Brook as well as other cities located in DuPage County. We have experience serving clients in Cook County, Will County, and Kane County.
To set a mediation appointment, please contact us at (630) 891-2478. Remember that if you need Parenting Time for Labor Day? Mediate.
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