Texas Family Law Mediation Lawyer
North Texas Family Law Mediation Services
More and more, people who want to resolve property, custody, and other difficult issues associated with divorce, are turning to mediation for answers. Texas Courts routinely order cases to mediation prior to allowing a contested trial to begin.
Attorney Brian Loughmiller, a board-certified attorney by the Texas Board of Legal Specialization as a specialist in both family law and civil trial law — has the experience, integrity, and dedication needed to achieve real solutions for you. Brian Loughmiller has been appointed on numerous occasions by District Courts in Collin County to mediate family law disputes and has assisted in settling over 90% of the family law cases that have been sent to Mr. Loughmiller for court ordered mediation.
Attorney Eric Higgins also has enjoyed the opportunity to mediate cases on behalf of Collin County District Courts and Collin County family law attorneys. Mr. Higgins possesses a combination of knowledge of difficult legal issues and an ability to empathize and manage emotional issues unique to family law, divorce and child custody related issues.
At Loughmiller Higgins, we represent and advise clients as advocates throughout the mediation process for families. Attorneys Brian Loughmiller and Eric Higgins are also available to provide family law mediation services to people who have lawyers of their own already, but who are seeking an experienced Texas mediator to resolve a legal dispute involving divorce issues.
The advantages of mediation are several. Mediation represents your opportunity to have a say in how your dispute is resolved. When approached with the right mindset, it can lead to creative solutions capable of satisfying the needs of even the most entrenched opponents. Mediation is often completed in a single session. Litigation on the other hand, is a protracted process that may take several days, weeks, if not months to reach a conclusion. The cost differences between the two are simply incomparable.
If you are considering mediation, be aware that according to the Texas Family Code and the Texas Civil Practices and Remedies Code, once you sign a mediation agreement it is binding and may be enforced by the court. For this reason, you may also want to consider choosing an experienced lawyer to represent and advise you through the process. Attorneys Brian Loughmiller and Eric Higgins have more than 49 years of experience between them and know how to find solutions to tough problems.
Taking a New Direction — Call 972-529-5554
To discuss the possibility of divorce and your legal options with an experienced divorce and family law lawyer — call our McKinney, Texas, law offices directly or e-mail us with a brief description of your situation and concerns. Our attorneys accept all major credit cards and offer flexible appointment scheduling for your convenience.