Frisco Mediation Attorneys

Superior Litigation Lawyers in Collin County Handling Property Division, and Child Custody, Support & Visitation

If you are committed to resolving divorce or custody issues out of court, alternative dispute resolution (ADR) may be the right option for you. Mediation and collaborative family law often help couples avoid the emotional and financial costs of litigation while protecting their interests.

At Pfister Family Law, we recognize that an aggressive courtroom battle is not always the best solution. We can represent you during family law mediation sessions to ensure that any decisions or agreements made in mediation reflect your best interests. Our mediation lawyers in Frisco have decades of experience helping Texans navigate family law cases and attain positive, amicable resolutions.

Reach out to us at (972) 370-5172 or contact us online to get started with a consultation with an experienced Frisco mediation lawyer today.

Collaborative Family Law

In a collaborative divorce, each party is represented by a lawyer, but the spouses and attorneys sign an agreement not to litigate. 

By removing the specter of a courtroom battle, both sides can commit to working out an acceptable settlement covering:

Collaborative family law often involves child psychologists, counselors, and other professionals who can help settle family disputes and arrive at a resolution that addresses everyone's interests.

Collaborative law has many advantages over divorce litigation:

  • The confidential proceeding is not public, so your privacy is protected
  • There is no adversarial discovery or deposition process
  • Collaboration is quicker and less expensive
  • Children are spared the additional trauma of being caught in the middle

Family Law Mediation

In mediation, the mediator acts as a neutral third party to help couples or parents reach a divorce settlement or custody agreement. Each party is represented by their own attorney. If an agreement is reached, we can draft it and submit it to the court for judgment. If divorce mediation does not produce an agreement, you are free to proceed to litigation.

Experienced Legal Counsel

ADR, collaborative family law, and mediation are not right for every situation. For these modalities to work, both sides must be committed and willing to compromise.

With more than 25 years of experience and Board Certification in Family Law by the Texas Board of Legal Specialization, John J. Pfister, Jr. is eminently qualified to advise you on your legal options and your best interests.

Contact Us Today

Contact us today for aggressive, experienced representation. You may also call us, day or night, at (972) 370-5172. Serving Collin County, Denton County and Fannin County.

  • “He keeps in touch, keeps us updated, is honest and gives great advice. We couldn't be more pleased with the outcome of every Court appearance thus far.”

Why Choose Us?

While there are many other Frisco-area firms and attorneys who could handle your family law case, there are very few, if any, who have the credentials and experience that our attorneys do.

But that is just one of the reasons to choose us. There are many other reasons why Pfister Family Law is the firm for your family law issue.

John Pfister's Oral Argument at the Texas Supreme Court  

Committed To Our Clients No Matter

  • We Always Think in Terms of Resolution
  • We Offer Child Custody and Parenting Agreements
  • We Prepare Each Case for the Possibility of a Jury Trial
  • We Commit to Constantly Adding to Our Legal Knowledge

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