Mediation — An Efficient, Cost-Effective Alternative to Litigation

At Brown Family Law, we strongly recommend that couples attend mediation as part of their divorce process or to resolve other family law matters. Our firm’s founder, Marco Brown, is a trained mediator and runs a mediation service in Salt Lake City. He can act as your lawyer, advocating for you in mediation, or as a neutral mediator, working with you and your spouse to negotiate a settlement that is agreeable to both of you. Once a settlement is reached, our attorneys can draw up an agreement to be signed by both of you and submitted to the courts.

Mediation offers many advantages over the traditional process of divorce litigation. It is considerably faster, less expensive and less stressful on all involved. It gives both parties more control over the decisions that will affect their futures and it is private, meaning a mediation is not part of public record, like divorce proceedings.

Our firm can mediate disputes for many different issues, including:

If you would like to learn more about mediation, please visit our mediation FAQs page.

We understand how difficult some of these issues can be. Our mediators are here to help you resolve your problems quickly, efficiently and with a minimum of stress and cost. We work with clients all over Utah.

Contact Our Salt Lake Family Law Mediation Lawyers to Schedule a Divorce Consultation

Call us 24/7 at 801-685-9999, or send an email to schedule a time to come in and talk with us about your mediation needs. We are here to help you. Our attorneys speak Spanish and Italian.

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