Our dedicated team of divorce attorneys in Oklahoma City and Norman are available to help you with your divorce matters. Normally a divorce has an adverse impact on families. The steps toward dissolution can be difficult and confusing to understand. Going through divorce arbitration is no different.  Arbitration for divorce happens in front of an appointed arbitrator, as opposed to a judge. The arbitrator renders the decision. While any type of divorce is stressful, it is still important to be able to conclude matters without running into difficult situations. Because there is legal attention that must be made to divorce matters, it is important to have understanding family lawyers that understand what is at stake.

We can help you with the divorce arbitration process. As with any legal issue, you must know your rights and understand what your realistic goals are. Ball Morse Lowe will help provide a roadmap while working with you through the arbitration process.  Having a divorce does not mean it is the end, or that there is no light at the end of the tunnel. We will work to make sure our clients are put at ease and help them through an assuredly difficult time. Undoubtedly there will be questions that will require detailed legal answers.  

Difference Between Divorce Arbitration and Divorce Mediation

In arbitration you and your spouse agree to a private judge, otherwise known as an arbitrator. He or she can decide in the case. Under mediation, the spouses work through the negotiation process with a mediator. They do not have the ability to make decisions; rather, they guide spouses to an agreement that is acceptable.

No matter what situation is presented, it is important to understand the process and that there is proper representation. Divorce is a stressful situation. It can also be difficult to understand why things are happening the way they are. Being aware of your rights during this process can help you with your life road map post-divorce.

Divorce Attorneys Providing Compassion to Families

Your specific needs during a divorce can differ depending on the type of divorce being pursued.  There are different groups of circumstances that govern each case as no two divorces are ever the same. Each divorce provides its own complexities and many issues are at stake, including but not limited to business assets, personal assets, child custody, and other interests, to name a few. Whatever challenges that may be faced, we provide a compassionate and caring group of family attorneys that can help give you strength.

Consult with a Divorce Arbitration Lawyer

With divorce arbitration, there is legal documentation and boundaries that Ball Morse Lowe can help with.  There is enough to think about when proceeding through a divorce of any kind. For a consultation on arbitration and to understand your rights, call Ball Morse Lowe today at (405) 701-5355 or contact us via email and we will get back to your query in a quick and timely manner.

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Why Call Ball Morse Lowe?

The attorneys at Ball Morse Lowe have built a respected reputation over the decades for providing sophisticated counsel in complex oil, gas, and energy law matters, business law cases, transactions, estate planning, and family law matters. We take pride in assisting individuals and families with their legal concerns. Personable and responsive, our lawyers craft documents and develop strategies tailored to each client's unique goals and needs.

Ball Morse Lowe PLLC is committed to providing excellent service and sound solutions to our clients in a cost-effective manner. From our offices in Norman, Oklahoma City, Edmond, Stillwater, Frisco, and Denver, our attorneys provide services throughout the Oklahoma City, DFW, and Denver Metros and in other states, including Texas, North Dakota, Ohio, Colorado, California, Wyoming, and New Mexico.

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