What Happens in the Mediation Process?

The divorce mediation process consists of a series of meetings. I will act as a neutral mediator and guide the couple through a list of issues. As a group, we will work through all contested issues and try to come to a resolution. It is import to the process that the meetings focus around mutual respect and a common goal. At the end of the process, we have a series of resolutions, all of which will form the separation agreement. Once a separation agreement is drafted and both clients agree to the terms, I can file it with the court and start the process of ending the marriage legally.

Many people prefer to choose mediation over a contested divorce because it means that they usually get to stay out of court and save themselves some money. Any court matter can be expensive as a result of the legal fees but mediation does not require an attorney or court appearances, given that you and the other party can successfully complete the mediation process.

Judith Goldberg is an experienced and effective Boca Raton, Florida mediator serving Palm Beach and Broward County. If you need a compassionate mediator to guide you through your family law matter, contact our Boca Raton office for a free consultation.