When considering filing for divorce, you should be aware of the options for representation. A traditional divorce involves an attorney representing each party. The attorneys negotiate and hammer out a potential settlement. In some cases, only one party has an attorney and the other party is “pro se”. One attorney cannot represent both parties. Other people may consider handling their divorces on their own. Unfortunately, many people attempting to handle their own divorces overlook important legal issues because they don’t know they exist – they are not attorneys after all. This may be the situation wherein a trained mediator would be a good solution. A mediator does not represent either party, but is a neutral person who guides the parties through the process. Attorney Sally A. Hoelzel is an experienced family law litigator as well as a trained mediator. Give us a call so we can determine your best option. Contact us at 262-633-8301, through our website at pruittlawoffices.com, or visit us at 731 Main Street in Racine. We are your partners for professional service.