Tampa Mediation Attorney
Florida Supreme Court Certified Mediator Amber Boles
Divorce is ranked at the top of the list of stressful events in one’s life. The process of going through extended litigation can be expensive and uncertain. The final decisions and orders are based on a Judge’s rulings who doesn’t know the dynamics of you or your family. Unfortunately in these settings a winner and loser is typically declared.
Family mediation provides a means to reduce that and all the parties to meet with a neutral third party. Using a mediator can often allow you to avoid the expense, time, and hostilities of court proceedings. It provides a less expensive and adversarial means to resolving your divorce
In private mediation, a mediator works with all parties to help them reach voluntary agreements that work for their particular situation. The goal is to provide the opportunity for you negotiate and resolve issues in a manner you control of your fate and to reach a palatable resolution to your personal family matter..
You may use a private mediator –
- anytime before or after filing legal papers
- to resolve all or part of your case, including child custody & visitation
- with or without an attorney
You may review our mediation calendar above to find dates that are currently available for booking. Upon finding one simply fill out the required form and you will be contacted by a representative from our office. Click the Blue Button on the top right portion of the web page to be taken to the Mediation Calendar for the parties to move forward toward a happier life, where the final decisions is placed in the parties hands rather than have a family court judge decide what is best for your family. For additional questions and information contact our office today.
Completing a Financial Affidavit is an important part of the Mediation Process. If you are considering using our Firm for the purposes of a mediation we will require a Financial Affidavit be completed if one has not already been filed in your case matter. The Florida Supreme Court has an approved a web-form that you can complete online. Click here to begin . . .
Alternatively, you can download a blank Financial Affidavit to print and complete as well, which can be found at the following link. Click here to download . . .