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For litigated matters, the court will make the final decision which will be set forth in a judgment In mediation, both parties are responsible for deciding the outcome of their case. Mediation allows for creativity in deciding how assets are divided

The term no-fault relates to the grounds for divorce. If you allege that your marriage has broken down irretrievably, that means that there’s no likelihood of a reconciliation. You will be divorced. Thereafter, you’re litigating or settling issues that revolve around financial matters or child related matters, not grounds. The second no-fault ground in Florida…

​ The goal of mediation is to create an atmosphere of communication and cooperation so is not generally productive to discuss misconduct of the other party at this time The only time that misconduct of the other party is discussed is when there is a direct correlation to child or spousal support or equitable distribution

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