Cara Sprouse Rowe, Attorney at Law - Augusta Family Law and Divorce Attorney
When You Need Someone Who Knows the System



  • Divorce
  • Property Division
  • Custody
  • Legitimation
  • Visitation
  • Retirement/Pensions Distribution
  • Child Support

The mediation process

At the beginning, the parties and the mediator meet together to narrow the issue at hand. Once completed, the parties meet with the mediator to discuss their concerns privately with the mediator. This is confidential. In fact everything in mediation is confidential and cannot be used in a Court of Law. The mediator is not a Judge but will guide the parties to a mutually agreeable solution. The mediator will write that agreement and all parties will sign.

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Cara Sprouse Rowe, Former State Prosecutor

Cara Sprouse Rowe has focused her career in the areas of family law and criminal defense. She is one of the few attorneys that have worked in thousands of civil, criminal, motion hearings, jury trials and bench trials. Her experience in both sides of the system, prosecution and defense, has allowed her to get the best results for her clients... {Read More}