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Mann Law Firm PLLC
3104 Edloe Street
Houston, Texas 77027
Telephone: (713) 893-8960
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Mediation can assist in the resolution of a broad range of domestic relations matters involving, but not limited to, the following areas:
* Separation Agreements
* Child Support
* Child Custody
* Marital Property Division
* Discord Between Family Members and Spouses
Note: Mediation cannot help resolve criminal cases.
The Mediation Process
Each mediation is unique, but as a general rule, the process can be broken down into six steps. The mediator will open the session with introductory remarks after which the parties will each have an opportunity to express their viewpoint in the matter. The mediator will then begin gathering more detailed information from the parties and assist the parties with identifying the issues and any obstacles that may have previously hindered settlement. The negotiation process then commences, and the mediator will explore different options with the parties. Once the parties have reached an agreement, a binding written agreement will be drafted and signed by the parties.
A mediator will not impose a settlement upon anyone and may not act as an advocate for or render legal advice to any party. The parties remain responsible for achieving their own mutually acceptable agreement.
Why Choose the Mediators at Mann Law Firm PLLC?
The attorneys at Mann Law Firm PLLC are certified mediators and have met the requirements of Chapter 154.052(a) and (b) of the Texas Civil Practice and Remedies Code to mediate civil cases as well as family law matters. They are credentialed by the Texas Mediator Credentialing Association and are members of the Alternative Dispute Resolution Section of the Houston Bar Association and the Houston Chapter of the Association for Conflict Resolution.
June Mann and David Aaron DeSoto have each been designated Credentialed Distinguished Mediator, Texas Mediator Credentialing Association.
To find out more about our mediators or to schedule a mediation, contact us at (713) 893-8960 or email us at email@example.com.
June A. Mann and David Aaron DeSoto are licensed attorneys in the State of Texas but are not certified by the Texas Board of Legal Specialization.
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