Divorce Mediation in Florida
Helping You Amicably Dissolve Your Marriage
In Florida, when a couple files for divorce, they must first go through the mediation process if it is a contested divorce. Although it is mandatory, try not to think of it as something you are required to do and think of it more as an opportunity to wield control over the outcome of your divorce. Chances are you will be more satisfied with your divorce settlement if you work on it with your spouse instead of allowing a judge to decide what is best for you.
At The Law Office of Paulette Hamilton, P.A. in Florida, you can rely on our team to guide you through the mediation process and facilitate peaceful negotiations between you and your spouse.
Contact our law office today at (407) 624-5344 to schedule a consultation.
The Benefits of Divorce Mediation
It is in your best interest that you and your spouse put in an honest effort while going through the mediation process. Although you undoubtedly have some unresolved issues and hurt feelings, given the state of things, a successful attempt at mediation can provide many benefits for both of you.
Here are some of the benefits of divorce mediation:
- It is less expensive than the litigation process. The litigation process is time-consuming, requires more resources, and ultimately costs more than divorce mediation. If you and your spouse cooperate, you can successfully dissolve your marriage in just a few months.
- The details of your divorce remain confidential. For some, privacy is a major concern, so if you would prefer the details of your divorce to remain private, divorce mediation will ensure it stays between you, your spouse, and your mediator.
- It is best for your children. Even after you successfully end your marriage, you will still have to deal with your spouse if you have children, so it is better to work on building a cooperative relationship now rather than allowing your relationship to worsen. The litigation process can be hostile and inspire combativeness, neither of which will help you as co-parents. The mediation process, on the other hand, will help you learn how to cooperate and compromise.
- You will have control over the outcome. A judge may or may not rule in your favor. Considering how much is at stake, that should not be a risk you are in a rush to take.
Make the most of this mandatory step toward divorce by hiring an experienced mediator and devoting an honest effort toward achieving a resolution.
Schedule a Consultation with a Skilled Divorce Mediator Today!
If you are getting a divorce, you know that the mediation process is your first step in the process. At The Law Office of Paulette Hamilton, P.A., we will help you and your spouse achieve a peaceful resolution, so you can move forward and start a new chapter in your life. Divorce does not have to be a nasty battle, especially when you have a skilled divorce mediator to ensure you and your spouse stay focus on the task at hand.
Reach out to our law office today at (407) 624-5344 to learn more about our divorce mediation services and how we can assist during this difficult time.
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