Mediation Attorney in Temple
Bobby Dale Barina, Attorney At Law Is a Certified Mediator
If you have a
family law dispute, coming to a resolution may seem impossible. Oftentimes, these
matters are emotionally charged and deeply personal. Although many often
believe that going to court is inevitable, it is important to note that
there are options for dissolving a marriage outside of the courtroom.
With the help of a certified mediator, you can work towards achieving
an amicable end to your marriage. Additionally, Bobby Barina is board
certified in family law by the Texas Board of Legal Specialization. For
nearly 30 years, he has helped clients in Temple resolve their family
law issues through thoughtful mediation.
To learn more about our mediation services in Temple, contact Bobby Dale
Barina, Attorney At Law at
Why Choose Mediation
Mediation offers a less stressful approach to resolving family law disputes,
such as child custody. It also provides a more flexible approach to conflict
resolution. Instead of leaving everything up to the court, mediation gives
you and your former spouse or partner the opportunity to work through
these matters together. If you have children, mediation can also help
set the foundation for a more cooperative co-parenting relationship.
Many family law matters can be handled through mediation, including:
Bobby Dale Barina, Attorney At Law offers a full range of mediation services.
Facilitative vs. Evaluative Mediation
The two most common forms of mediation are facilitative mediation and evaluative
mediation. Your needs will determine what type of mediator you hire. A
facilitative mediator works with each spouse’s respective attorney
as a go-between, aiding communication between both parties. Under these
circumstances, the mediator will not interject their opinion into the
case. With evaluative mediation, your mediator will take on a more active
role. Instead of merely serving as a go-between, an evaluative mediator
will provide you with guidance and advice throughout the process.
Mediators act as a neutral third-party and will not advocate for either
party. Their primary focus is to help both spouses work through their
issues and resolve it equitably, and with less tension and stress than
what most typically experience in courtrooms.
Mediation is often used in cases that are handled by Child Protective Services
(CPS). CPS cases are particularly stressful and involve more people than
a typical divorce or child support mediation. In addition to both parents
and their attorneys, CPS mediation cases often involve caseworkers, CPS
supervisors, CPS attorneys, and an attorney to represent the children.
Bobby Dale Barina, Attorney At Law has the experience necessary to handle
your CPS mediation case in Temple and Central Texas.
To speak with a Temple CPS mediator today, call Bobby Dale Barina, Attorney
At Law at