Out-of-Court Solutions Announces New Flat Fee Program For Co-Parenting for Unmarried Parents

The experienced divorce mediator has extended its separation services to non-married couples to reach fair outcomes focused on the child’s best interests.

January 14, 2020 / / —

Arizona, USA. Tuesday 14th January: Following a growing volume of requests from unmarried parents going through breakups, Scottsdale law firm Out-of-Court Solutions has proudly confirmed that now operates a simple flat fee program aimed to make the emotionally difficult transition a little easier for parents and children alike.

Co-Parenting Agreements Made Simple

Going through a breakup is never easy, but the situations can become far messier when children are involved. Thanks to Out-of-Court Solution, unmarried parents are now in a position to put their child’s needs first by finding a co-parenting agreement that provides the stable environment they deserve – even when it’s split over two homes.

Starting with immediate effect, the mediator firm is offering its services to non-married parents for a flat fee of $1,195. The affordable, transparent, and inclusive cost allows clients to take their focus away from the financial aspects. Instead, they can concentrate on achieving the best co-parenting agreement for the sake of their child while also paying greater attention to other challenges at this time.

Out-of-Court Solutions mediation services support non-married couples with a host of situations including the schedule of child custody, or the dividing financial assets and responsibilities. The personalized and professional strategy ensures a less stressful process for both parents, subsequently providing a far less traumatic experience for children too.

The service can be used by couples that are still civil despite falling out of love, or is equally open to couples going through major disputes but still wish to do the right thing for their child. The services accomplish fast and official outcomes, enabling all parties to complete this transitional phase before starting the next chapter.

With a range of additional mediation services on offer, Out-of-Court Solutions offers a helping hand in very challenging times. And not being married no longer needs to restrict the opportunities for clients to embrace that support.

About Out-of-Court Solutions

Out-of-Court Solutions is a legal mediation service that has supported clients through the most difficult family law circumstances for over 20 years, achieving successful results in over 3,000 cases and counting. As experts in law and psychology, they understand the human elements as well as financial and legal situations.

With a focus on the Situational approach to mediation, the law firm provides the guidance and clarity needed for clients to make informed decisions that promote durable agreements. In the case of divorcees, and now non-married separations, this means reaching a fair and sustainable solution that works for all parties – not least the innocent child(ren) involved.

Out-of-Court Solutions works with clients across the Grand Canyon State, including those in; Phoenix, Tucson, Scottsdale, Glendale, Chandler, Ahwatukee, Gilbert, Peoria, Goodyear, Anthem, and Casa Grande. Clients seeking co-parenting can rely on their affordable, transparent, and highly professional approach to secure the desired outcome.

More information is available from outofcourtsolutions.com. Alternatively, Out-of-Court Solutions’ press contact Oliver Ross can be reached on (480) 315-8882 or admin@outofcourtsolutions.com. Mail can be directed to 8350 E. Raintree Dr. Suite A-205 Scottsdale, AZ 85260.

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Name: Out-of-Court Solutions
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Organization: Out-of-Court Solutions
Address: 8350 E. Raintree Dr. Suite A-205 Scottsdale, AZ 85260
Phone: (480) 315-8882
Website: https://outofcourtsolutions.com/

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