Can Mediation Speed Up Divorce Proceedings?

Posted By Attorney Lindsay A. Feldman || 5-Aug-2013

There are a number of key matters which must be resolved in divorce proceedings. Some of the most volatile or contested issues involve child custody, spousal support, asset and property division, as well as visitation rights. It is extremely important, regardless of the circumstances which led up to the divorce, that both parties retain some semblance of compassion and civility when negotiating the terms of their divorce. If there are children from the marriage, maintaining a friendly non-contentious attitude can be essential to preserving the children's views on family. How a couple handles their divorce proceedings may also have a direct impact on the personal health and well-being of their children.

As an experienced Broward County divorce attorney, I have helped many people resolve their disagreements, settle their arguments and come to a peaceful and mutually-beneficial agreement as to the terms of their divorce. I have done this both as a divorce attorney and as a mediator. Mediation is a resource that many couples going through divorce proceedings are either unaware of, or they neglect to participate in. Mediation services can be extremely beneficial when it comes to speeding up divorce proceedings. It can also prove invaluable to both parties, as mediation can allow a couple to file for an uncontested divorce rather than a contested divorce. This will save them a lot of time, money, and undue stress. Both parties will also be able to each have a say in their final divorce decree rather than having it determined by a judge.

I, Lindsay A. Feldman, Esq. am a highly-trained mediator. I have an excellent reputation for providing clients with unique solutions to their problems and I am compassionate about helping clients resolve their difficulties so they can move on with their lives. When you contact my firm to have me mediate your divorce proceedings, I will use my expert negotiation skills, as well as my ability to remain impartial, to help both you and your spouse work out your differences and come up with a final agreement that will be beneficial to you both. Call my firm today to schedule your free consultation.

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