Dispute Resolution & Mediation
Alternatives to Divorce Court Proceedings
When you and your spouse have made the decision to get a divorce, there
are a number of ways to initially go about it, and later, if you need
to make any modifications. Although it may seem like the only option is
to go to court, you may want to consider a more private and potentially
less emotionally distressing alternatives. Dispute resolution through
mediation with the assistance of a skilled Irving family law attorney
from J. Roland Jeter, P.C. may be the answer to your divorce or modification needs.
Call (973) 330-4050 to Discuss Your Case
There are a number of benefits of mediation instead of going to court, such as:
- Leaving any remaining goodwill between you and our spouse intact
- Being more cost-effective than a long and difficult trial
- Being much more confidential than going to court
Dispute resolution with the guidance of an experienced divorce attorney
can help you solve complex legal matters like
child custody and visitation,
child support, or spousal support payments, without creating undo anxiety.
Dispute Resolution with Less Stress
Roland has over 40 years of experience, and has served clients throughout
Texas, including Grand Prairie, Euless, Colleyville, Cedar Hill, Mansfield,
Las Colinas, Valley Ranch, Grapevine, Hurst, Bedford, and Arlington. He
has won a number of awards over his years in practice, including 2013
Best Attorney in Irving, and being AV Preeminent® Peer Review Rated™
by Martindale-Hubbell®. Additionally, he is highly esteemed in the
local and legal communities, and has been granted membership in numerous
exclusive associations, such as the College of the State Bar of Texas,
the Dallas Bar Association, and the BNI Las Colinas Chapter.
When you choose to have Mr. Jeter represent you, you can count on him to
keep your best interest in mind and assist you through the divorce proceedings
as to help resolve your case as smoothly as possible.
Contact J. Roland Jeter, P.C.
today to discuss your legal situation or dispute during a case review!