Considering Mediation In Your Divorce?
When you choose to divorce, there are many legal complications involved. If you have children, it can become a complex and emotionally devastating experience for everyone involved. Divorce is hard enough on a child, but having to go to court with a contested divorce can make the process even more upsetting. At Law Office of Ada M. Barreto, P.A. in Miami, we understand that you need to know your options.
Mediation offers a host of alternatives and advantages in many divorces.
There are several advantages to choosing mediation instead of litigation, such as:
- It is more cost-effective.
- It is much more confidential.
- It is easier on the children.
- It can be controlled by both parties.
- It sets a more positive tone.
- It can lead to a more expedient resolution.
Although it is typical to hire an attorney to represent your rights, you may want to avoid a costly and complicated legal battle in court through mediation. Here at the Law Office of Ada M. Barreto, P.A., we recommend mediation for families that wish to avoid the messy process and instead come to mutual agreements.
Our founder is a certified mediator! Call for your case evaluation. Services in English and Spanish.
Florida Supreme Court-Certified Family Law Mediator
The process of mediation typically involves both spouses meeting with a neutral party (a mediator) who helps to settle any disputes between the parties. The main purpose for using an alternative method for dispute resolution is to avoid the stress and emotional discomfort involved in the time-consuming process of divorce litigation. At the Law Office of Ada M. Barreto, P.A., we are dedicated to helping you get through the process as quickly and smoothly as possible.
Our founder is a family law mediator certified by the Florida Supreme Court. This means that if you are considering mediation as an alternative method to litigation, you can have confidence in our ability to successfully help you through the proceedings. We know that nobody wants to deal with the tension-ridden divorce process, and this method can help alleviate the concerns of both parties.
If you would like to discuss whether mediation is right for you, please give us a call now at 305-709-5725!