Mediation Tampa

Mediation engages the employ of independent, mediator who is neutral and who is acquainted with Florida divorce law. In order to help to discuss an agreement between the two parties, the mediator listens to each side and suggests solutions. The mediator doesn’t have the authority to compel the party to enter into an agreement unlike a Florida family law judge, or the power to dictate the terms of the marriage dissolution. Usually, the mediator will be a Florida family law attorney who is neutral and has no stake in the outcome of the divorce.

Also, mediation gives the parties more control over the divorce and lets them to modify the marital settlement in order to fit their specific needs. Instead of having a judge dictate the terms of the divorce, the both parties and mediator work together in order to develop an individualized marital settlement agreement. Then, the mediator listens to both sides of the argument and helps suggest innovative solutions on which both parties can have the same opinion.mediation-3

Both sides will be given time to discuss all of the issues of the divorce during mediation, including alimony, property division, child support and child custody. The discussions are confidential during mediation. For that reason, each party can discuss the divorce issues honestly and openly with the mediator without the fear that what they say could be later used against them in court. The residual issues will be decided by a Florida family law judge if the parties are not capable to reach an agreement on all aspects of the divorce. Also, the issues that were resolved for the period of mediation won’t have to be litigated in court. So, even if mediation doesn’t resolve hundred percent of the divorce issues, it can still save valuable money and time.

You may want to consider mediation if you and your spouse still have a friendly relationship. Mediation is often time consuming and less expensive than litigating a divorce in court. But, mediation isn’t right for everyone. You should contact them to speak with a Tampa divorce lawyer if you are considering mediation in order to find out if mediation might be a good solution for your needs.

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Tampa Bay Area – Consult With a Florida Divorce Attorney

The divorce attorneys at Florida Law Advisers are experienced in divorce mediation and also in all divorce matters. They are passionate about finding cost effective and innovative ways in order to protect the rights of their clients. Whether couple equally agrees to the terms of a divorce or are engaged in a violent battle for child custody rights and their property, Florida Law Advisers, can help with that. You can call them to schedule a free consultation with a Tampa divorce lawyer if you are considering filing for divorce, or your spouse has filed for divorce by now.

So, do not hesitate to call and ask everything you want to know. Florida Law Advisers are here to help you with your problem in their best manner.