Divorce Mediation Palm County FL
Divorce Mediation In Palm Beach and Broward County
Helping spouses separate amicably
If you and your spouse have irreconcilable differences and cannot continue the marriage, you may be considering the process of divorce. When inquiring about divorce, some people don’t want to get involved in a drawn-out, emotional trial that lasts months and costs them overwhelming court and attorney fees. Divorce mediation is a good way to save time and money that would otherwise be spent airing personal issues before a judge. The goal of mediation is to reach a manageable conclusion and resolve all matters through a settlement agreement. When people get divorced, mediation is a good way to avoid a heated confrontation and come to an amicable resolution. Through the guide of a mediator, spouses will agree on all relevant matters, draft an agreement, and bring that agreement to the court for review. Mediation is so effective that Florida courts often recommend the process instead of a trial when they deem it appropriate. If you are inquiring about divorce and you believe that mediation might be right for you, contact mediator Judith Goldberg to guide you through your issues.
Divorce mediation will address all matters
All of the relevant issues in your divorce are addressed in your divorce mediation. Starting the process of divorce mediation will require that you furnish your Mediator with truthful and accurate information relating to your respective incomes, wealth, debt, your estate and other financial information. The extent of your disclosure to the Mediator depends on what issues are relevant in your divorce. JUDITH GOLDBERG will request the information that is needed in your particular case prior to the start of your Mediation. It is best and most cost effective for your Mediation, for you to have all of your financial documents organized and submitted to the Mediator at least 48 hours in advance of your first mediation session. Judith Goldberg and her staff will be assistance in answering any questions that may arise for you.
Some of the areas that may be relevant in your divorce mediation are:
⦁ Division of marital property
⦁ Allocation of debt and liability
⦁ Spousal support (alimony)
⦁ Child support and education expense
⦁ Child custody and decision making
⦁ Parenting Time Share
When you start the negotiation process, it is in your best interests to be prepared with your concerns and cares about issues related to the above topics. Being prepared is important to the process. When you participate in the Mediation process you will have the opportunity to raise your concerns, discuss your objectives and listen to those raised by your spouse.
Contact a divorce mediator that has your best interests in mind.
If you are inquiring about divorce mediation, Judith Goldberg is ready to serve. With over 30 years of experience related to family and divorce matters and dispute resolution. Mediator Goldberg has the compassion and dedication to help both parties conclude their marriage on the most positive note possible. She is ready to guide families through negotiations that address everyone’s concerns and draft a durable settlement agreement that will be well-received by the courts. If you are in need of advice or mediation services, Call Judith Goldberg today.