Mediation is the modern and cost-effective way to divorce without long and exhausting court involvement. Mediation is a form of alternative dispute resolution, where both parties agree to hire a neutral person, the mediator, to assist them with negotiating their separation agreement. It is a process that is endorsed by the court and can be used to craft the entire agreement or iron out one or more difficult issues.
Contact Fleischer Law Solutions. After an initial phone screening, we will discuss whether your case is suitable for meditation and whether it can be conducted flat fee or hourly.
Traditionally, each party would meet at the offices of Fleischer Law Solutions for in-person meetings or Fleischer Law Solutions is now offering on-line remote mediation for the convenience of clients.
Mediation is an excellent solution to spiraling legal fees. At Fleischer Law Solutions, we are able to provide flat fee mediation packages as well as traditional hourly rates, all depending on the specific facts and needs of the parties.
A mediated divorce allows YOU to control the outcome of your divorce, not the state, which is really what a judge represents. A mediator is able to act as a buffer between the parties to reign in the anger and fighting that can fuel continued court dates and pleadings.
Mediation is an excellent way to keep your children out of litigation as well as providing suggestions for parenting and support plans.
Any time. A mediator can be hired at the beginning of the process to assist in drafting the separation agreement to be filed with the court for an uncontested divorce. During the litigation process, a mediator can be helpful with moving the process along and resolving any issues that are stalling the process. Mediation can also be helpful towards the end of the divorce where the parties are willing to try to work together in one last effort to avoid a costly and stressful trial.
Absolutely. Your separation agreement is binding once it is signed by both parties in front of a notary public and presented to the court and approved by the Judge. You should never agree to any term unless you do so freely, with understanding and without pressure.
Make sure you are prepared, and your rights are protected before signing any agreement by having it reviewed by an attorney.