TAKING THE “NASTY” OUT OF DIVORCE
A LOW-COST, LOW-STRESS ALTERNATIVE TO
TRADITIONAL DIVORCE OR MEDIATION
Cape Cod Uncontested Divorce Conciliation & Mediation was founded by a seasoned divorce attorney who spent 30 years in the “trenches” trying contested family law matters. Divorce and separation can bring out the worst in people. Many couples realize that a contested divorce is not for them for various reasons and would prefer a cooperative, amicable divorce. They agree, for the most part, on the major issues like custody, property division, child support and spousal support, but they don’t know how or where to start to dissolve their marriage.
We offer a low-cost alternative to litigation and traditional mediation. We will help you nail down your agreement; iron out any wrinkles; prepare your divorce documents including an expertly- drafted, comprehensive agreement for inclusion in your divorce judgment; and walk you through the court process to ensure your papers get filed and approved by the court quickly. We offer a calming environment; daytime, evening and weekend appointments; and a low-stress experience. All major credit cards and Paypal accepted.
If you’re looking for a Cape Cod divorce lawyer / family law attorney, we are ready to serve you! How do you find the best divorce attorney to mediate and prepare your joint petition (also known as a 1A divorce) for divorce? There are many options for divorce mediation on Cape Cod, but our service is different. We offer a low-cost alternative to litigation and traditional divorce mediation. We will help you with the following:
For an affordable mediator and divorce lawyer on Cape Cod, contact us today!
Cape Cod Uncontested Divorce and Mediation offers low cost Divorce Mediation Services in all of Barnstable, Dukes and Nantucket Counties and Beyond:
Barnstable,Bourne, Brester, Dennis, Eastham, Falmouth,Harwich, Hyannis, Mashpee, Orleans, Osterville, Provincetown, Sandwich, Truro, Wellfleet, Yarmouth, Martha’s Vineyard, Nantucket
Also serving: Plymouth, Bristol, Norfolk, Middlesex, Hampden, and Worcester Counties.