You want a divorce mediation attorney who will care for you and your family. Divorce in Kindness in Miami, FL focuses our practice on our client's needs. During divorce mediation, you and your spouse will meet with a mediator who's approachable and responsive. Our mediator will truly get to know you and your situation to help you resolve the issues surrounding your divorce.
With the voluntary, collaborative and constructive process of mediation, you can end your marriage as amicably as possible. Reach out to us today to speak with our family mediator.
You want an attorney who will be there for every step of the mediation process. Our family mediator will help you during your:
1. Complimentary consultation
You and your spouse will meet with our mediator to learn about divorce mediation and how it compares to litigation. We'll help you decide if mediation is right for you.
2. Information gathering phase
We'll provide you with reference materials and gather documents and details that you'll need to make informed decisions for your family.
3. Mediation sessions
Our mediator will build solid, real relationships with both parties to lead discussions on each and every issue. To help ease the burden on you and your children, we believe it's beneficial to try to come to an agreement on parenting issues as early as possible. In other situations, it may be appropriate to jump right into budgeting and financial issues.
One of the benefits of mediation is that there is no strict and rigid formula you have to follow. Our mediator will be there to make suggestions and act as your guide. Depend on your mediator to listen to each party's needs and desires and address the various issues.
4. Meetings with additional professionals (optional):
You and your spouse will have the option of involving other professionals in your decision-making process. This may include financial professionals, accountants, appraisers, therapists, mental health professionals or co-parenting specialists. We'll help you build a team that will care for you and your family.
5. Settlement agreement:
Once we conclude the mediation process, our family mediator will draft your settlement agreement and, if applicable, a parenting plan, which will control the terms of divorce or paternity. These terms have the force of a court order to help prevent any future disputes. We'll handle all drafting, proofing and editing of the divorce agreement and divorce papers until you're satisfied with the agreement. You and your spouse will then sign the settlement.
Throughout the mediation process, we'll treat you and your family members as individuals - not just numbers. Contact us now if you have any questions about the mediation process