Mediation is one of the most frequently used methods of negotiating a divorce settlement. In divorce mediation, you and your spouse -- or, in some cases, the two of you and your respective lawyers -- hire a neutral third party, called a mediator, to meet with you in an effort to discuss and resolve the issues in your divorce.
Depending on which county your case is pending in and what issues are involved, it might be mandatory to take a disputed matter to mediation before a family court judge will hear and decide it. The lawyers of Barbra Amron Weisberg, P.A. can explain how mediation works and its potential benefits. We can also help you get the most out of the mediation process whether or not it leads to a settlement of your dispute.
For dependable advice about Florida family court mediation, contact our office in Boca Raton. Our familiarity with the mediation process can give you an advantage on the full range of divorce and family law issues such as:
Mediation is an opportunity (sometimes mandatory) to settle your dispute through structured negotiations facilitated by a neutral person – a mediator. A skilled mediator can help the parties resolve their dispute by keeping the focus on the issues rather than the digressing to the personal problems they might have between them. A mediator can also identify promising avenues of agreement or compromise and build toward a negotiated agreement. Our role as your attorneys is to help you develop initial and fallback negotiation positions from a legally and factually sound platform. You’ll develop your own goals and objective for the mediation process based on what can reasonably be achieved. While a favorable settlement through mediated negotiation is a good thing, you shouldn’t feel that you have to resolve the dispute through mediation. A mediator can’t force a settlement. We can help you tell the difference between reasonable and unreasonable proposals, and we won’t push you to take less than what you deserve if your legal position supports a better result than what you were offered or can get in mediation.
Call 561-292-0030 for Advice About Mediation. For more information about the mediation process and the ways we prepare clients for it, contact Barbra Amron Weisberg, P.A. regarding mediation in Family Law in Boca Raton