DIVORCE. No lawyer required.
Resolve your divorce before Going to CourtControversies exist in life and are often unavoidable, but that does not mean that the court system is the only means by which a dispute can be resolved. Since 1987, our divorce mediators have helped thousands of attorneys and their clients to reach accords without the protracted time and expense of going to court. And, just like them, we’ll be here for you when it matters the most.
Why Choose a Divorce Mediator?
The advantages of our Presuit Divorce Mediation services are numerous and include not only saving a substantial amount of time and money, but also minimizing the resulting anger, animosity and anxiety associated with our court system. While using a divorce mediator, the parties are free to take a step back and discuss their dispute without conflict and with the goal of finding a solution. If a resolution is not reached, mediation is often able to narrow the issues and exchange information. This process improves and streamlines any subsequent formal proceedings and permits each party to focus on the real issues. Successful mediation participants benefit through timely settlement leaving them with reduced expenses and may result in opportunities that are not necessarily available through the judicial process.
Central Florida Mediation Group, LLC is pleased to offer a Presuit Divorce Mediation program which provides an opportunity to resolve the conflict and painful emotions early on. It also provides all parties more flexibility in how the resolution is reached. You should know that nothing that happens during mediation will compromise the participants’ relative positions in any respect should the dispute not be resolved.
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