Mediation

One method that may be used to help resolve disputes or disagreements during a divorce proceeding is mediation. Although mediation is required in all Florida divorce cases, it is voluntary and non-adversarial, meaning each side has an opportunity to be heard. Through mediation, a divorcing, divorced or unmarried couple is assisted in reaching an agreement, with the help of their attorney and an impartial professional called a mediator. The mediator will help both people and their attorneys discuss their desires so that an acceptable agreement can be established without the need to go to trial. If you would like more information about mediation, a consultation is available from a Kissimmee or Melbourne divorce attorney.

Mediation can have great financial benefits because it is less expensive than litigation. In order for a mediation to be successful, there are certain elements that have to be present. There must be full financial disclosure to ensure that both parties can enter into a good faith negotiation. An attorney from The Bostick Law Firm uses
experienced mediators who have been specially trained in mediation in order to ensure that both sides have an equal voice, regardless of whether a person holds significantly more power and money.

THE BOSTICK LAW FIRM, P.A.

At The Bostick Law Firm, P.A. , we understand the difficulties involved in Family Law cases. When you want to avoid litigation on a matter involving money, property, children or other marital issues, our law firm can arrange for mediation that can be much more beneficial and cost-effective than going to trial. Our greatest concern is to obtain successful results and offer personal attention to our clients. Mediation is an excellent alternative to litigation in divorce and paternity proceedings. Contact a Kissimmee or Melbourne divorce mediation lawyer as soon as possible to explore this option.