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Business Duty Officer

Mediative agreement

Mediation saves you money and time

We'll protect your interests in the process of deprivation of parental rights

Mediative agreement

According to article 12 Federal Law "On Enforcement Proceedings", notarized mediation agreements, have the force of an executive document. Spending energy on negotiating with each other, parties of a marriage and family dispute can avoid publicity, and reach an agreement, which, due to bad faith of the party, can be forced. Also there's much less forces and resources spent on such an agreement, than in the case of appeal and the solution of a similar issue through the court. This is where you need an experienced mediator, who will be able to choose an option that suits both parties, and will be able to denounce the agreements to which the parties managed to come during the negotiations, in a written form. There are professional mediators and psychologists on the staff of Business Duty Officer, who will accompany the procedure and help to achieve a stable and fair agreement.

Business Duty Officer has developed a successful algorithm of actions, which allows you to achieve maximum results in resolving complex marriage and family disputes through the mediation procedure. We can provide advice, and fully accompany the procedure, which is confirmed by many years of successful practice in this category of cases. Our team of successful lawyers and lawyers approaches each case responsibly, with whom they come to us and is ready to provide assistance in handling the most difficult cases. We understand, that every case is unique, and our professionalism and experience helps to find the most suitable solution.

How we help?

1. You leave a request with a question that you're interested in.

Fill out the form on the site, and we call you back .

2. Professional lawyers will contact you to agree on further actions.

State your question in more detail by phone, arrange a personal meeting.

3. Offer a solution.

Once again we analyze the ways to resolve the issue in a personal meeting, agree on a roadmap, we conclude a contract.

4. We defend your rights and legitimate interests through the mediation procedure.

We provide full support of the mediation procedure, and have successful cases in similar procedures.

Why are we?
pro bono consultation