Ontario Law Firm Explains Benefits Of Contracting Mediators To Discuss Child Custody

July 09, 2019 - /PressAdvantage/ - Vaughan, ON based Mazzeo Law Barristers & Solicitors recently reached out to the community in an effort to explain how their divorce mediation services can help guide a divorce to its conclusion with minimum conflict between the parties involved. The Vaughan family law lawyers have led many clients through divorces and separations, and they have noted that clients often struggle to settle on a custody agreement.

While custody is an extremely important facet of mediation that affects all parties involved, the firm asserts that the child is always on the losing side. Paul Mazzeo, lawyer and founder of the law firm, says, "While having a divorce is hard for everyone involved, the main concern on the spouse's mind should be the well-being of their children. If it's a difficult situation for the spouses, they can be sure it is twice as hard and stressful for their offspring, who in most cases are too young to understand what is going on."

Mazzeo explains that while the spouse's first thoughts when considering a divorce is to think of how their child will respond to it, they often lose sight of ways to protect their children when going through the process. However, Mazzeo Law Barristers & Solicitors firmly believes in the necessity of alleviating this conflict. Through a team of specialists with extensive experience in family law, the firm is able to assist, guide, and mediate between spouses to settle on a child custody agreement.

Through their role as an unbiased mediator, the firm represents an invaluable asset that all involved parties with an effective method of communication. This saves clients from any unnecessary confrontation, which in turn minimises the stress that is put on the clients’ children.

The firm maintains that its child custody mediation team is able to consistently find success by coming up with innovative strategies to reach a successful conclusion. They are experts whose out-of-the-box thinking allows them to develop a customised and individualised plan that addresses their client’s unique situation. Throughout the process, the foremost priority of the mediator is to ensure that the child enjoys a healthy relationship with each party—while simultaneously saving them from any custody discussion related stress.

According the Mazzeo, the best practice is to involve a legal mediator as early as possible in the divorce process. This will ensure that both parties know and understand their legal rights and obligations before making any major decisions that could lead to regret in the future. Mazzeo Law Barristers & Solicitors excels in this role, as they have accumulated skills and experience in the sphere of divorce and family law that allow them to ensure the quick and easy resolution of a child custody agreement. Read more here: Child Custody Mediation Vaughan.

Furthermore, the firm’s process represents a more affordable alternative to more traditional options—which may extend for several months and require multiple legal consultations. Due to the complexity of custody agreements, clients also stand to benefit greatly by relying on the firm’s expertise. Mazzeo Law Barristers & Solicitors states, "We will be assisting our clients throughout their entire custody case. We will be by their side representing their best interests, as well as their children's, ensuring fair treatment. We take care of everything; whether the process involves documenting the care for your child or representing you in front of a judge, a Mazzeo Law Barristers & Solicitors child custody lawyer will provide you with the legal representation that supports and strengthens your case."

Mazzeo Law Barristers & Solicitors extends their services outside Vaughan to the neighbouring areas as well. These include Nobleton, Bolton, Aurora, Newmarket, Markham, Thornhill, Richmond Hills, Woodbridge, Maple, Brampton, Toronto, and North York. Aside from family law, their attorneys are also experts when it comes to estates and wills, and other real estate issues. More information on the different services offered by the Vaughan firm can be accessed through their website.

Those who require legal representation in family law cases, or who would like to hire a divorce or separation lawyer, may visit the Mazzeo Law Barristers & Solicitors website or call directly to request an initial consultation. To learn more about the firm, clients may also connect with the lawyers through their official social media channels, or use the following link: Divorce Lawyer Vaughan.


For more information about Mazzeo Law Barristers & Solicitors, contact the company here:

Mazzeo Law Barristers & Solicitors
Mazzeo Law
(905) 851-5909
3300 Hwy 7, Suite 904 Vaughan, ON L4K 4M3 Canada

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