Family Mediation Orlando
With Family Mediation Orlando, most of the time the families we work with at ADR Mediation Center are able to successfully reach a mediated settlement agreement in as little as two to four hours. Settling your case at mediation often depends on whether there are children in the family, and to what level there have been discussions by the couple about who will be responsible for the decisions involving your kids.
However difficult it may be to work on a parenting plan, there is one undeniable truth: you are the only people who know your children, their needs, and the ability of each parent to meet those needs. By working together through Family Mediation Orlando to make a plan that fits both your lives, you avoid the court’s cookie-cutter solutions. Statistics show that parents who prepare a plan jointly are more likely to comply with it than if a plan is imposed upon them by a Judge who doesn’t know anything about the family.
- What Options Are Available In Resolving Family Law Matters?
- How Does Division Of Assets Work Through The Mediation Process In Florida?
- How Much Does Mediation Cost Me In Florida?
- Will We Be Able To Finalize A Parenting Plan Through Mediation?
- How Do You Conduct A Successful Divorce Mediation In Florida?
- Is Mediation Possible For Couples Who Are Not Speaking To Each Other?
- What Are Some General Benefits Of Mediation In Florida?
- Are There Different Ways To Complete Mediation?
- What Alternative Options To Litigation Do I Have If Mediation Does Not Work?
- What Factors Are Considered When Determining A Parenting Plan At Mediation?
- How Does Mediation Compare To Litigation?
Family Mediation is EFFECTIVE…
A divorce affects the whole family, often putting considerable strain on the children. The fear and depression associated with a divorce can be increased by lengthy and adversarial litigation, not to mention a courtroom battle. This has a negative impact on the adults and on the children. Experience has shown that children benefit greatly when their parents negotiate a mutually agreeable settlement. When Mom and Dad are seen to be comfortable with the separation agreement, especially time-sharing schedules, children are better able to adjust to the divorce.