Parties and their attorneys meet with the an experienced evaluator with or without their attorneys. Each party presents their information regarding assets, debts, income and monthly expenses. After receiving the financial information, the evaluator will provide his/her informed view of what a reasonable resolution of your financial issues and property division in the divorce would be.
Full disclosure of your financial circumstances is critical to effectively mediating and resolving the issues. The evaluator, will listen, ask questions, and gather all the information to fully understand the case. After the evaluator provides his other recommendations, both parties have an opportunity to ask questions and get clarification on the evaluator’s recommendations. From there, the parties and their attorneys (if any) work with the evaluator to try to reach agreement on some or all issues.
Angela is a trained Financial Early Neutral Evaluator and uses her family law experience to provide recommendations on what she believes is a likely outcome for your case.
The Financial Early Neutral Evaluation process can be very helpful where one or both parties (or their attorneys) have unrealistic expectations, and could benefit from a neutral third party’s advice.
Call Lallemont Law, LLC today and schedule your mediation or Early Neutral Evaluation!