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Orlando Mediation Lawyers

Mediation can help parties achieve a desired outcome without the expense and frustration of litigation. While a mediator will not act as legal counsel during the proceedings, the experienced Orlando mediation lawyers at the office of Goodblatt · Leo serve as dedicated advocates for each and every client we represent.

In a typical family law matter, a mediator will help the parties solve problems creatively and communicate effectively. One of the most important jobs of a mediator is to facilitate agreement between the parties without the emotional and financial costs of litigation.

One of the reasons that mediation is less costly than litigation is that decisions can be made in a shorter time frame. To be sure, mediation often is substantially less time-consuming than court. Participating in mediation also allows divorcing couples to keep information from their marriage confidential. While court records are open to the public, mediation is confidential.

To sum up, some of the reasons to choose mediation include:

  • Less stress;
  • Less legal expense;
  • Less time-consuming;
  • Parties have more involvement in the decisions made; and
  • Confidentiality.

Solving Problems Through Mediation

What kinds of family law issues can be resolved through mediation? At the law office of Goodblatt · Leo, we regularly assist Central Florida residents by resolving some of the following matters through mediation as your lawyer or as a mediator:

  • Divorce
  • Alimony
  • Child support
  • Child custody
  • Parenting plans and timesharing
  • Paternity issues
  • Modification

If you think mediation could help with your family law matter, don’t hesitate to contact us.

Experienced Orlando Mediation Lawyers

Amy Goodblatt is a Certified Family Law Mediator. In addition to her role as an advocate in mediation for her own clients, she routinely mediates cases successfully on behalf of both represented parties and parties who do not have legal counsel. She is proud to say that she has mediated hundreds of cases, the majority of which have settled.

If you have questions about whether mediation could be the right choice for you, don’t hesitate to contact a dedicated certified family law mediator at Goodblatt · Leo  Resolving your family law matter through mediation can provide many different benefits, and parties that go through mediation more frequently report that they’re satisfied with the outcome than those involved in litigation. The experienced Orlando mediation lawyers of Goodblatt · Leo have years of experience assisting families in Central Florida and can discuss your case with you today.

Contact Our Experienced Orlando Mediation Lawyers Today

Mediation is a form of alternative dispute resolution through which family law matters can be decided without litigation. It’s a process that empowers each party with a voice in coming to an agreement. Unlike the adversarial encounters that take place in a courtroom, mediation brings divorcing spouses, ex-spouses, former partners, or other opposing parties together to discuss their issues and come to an agreement with the guidance of a certified mediator. Many Orlando residents discover that mediation has countless benefits when it comes to settling family law cases.

Nearly all family law matters can be mediated. If you are having difficulty coming to an agreement with your spouse about property division issues, parenting plan matters, or other related problems, mediation may be the best solution for your family. Indeed, numerous families that have gone through mediation report that the experience ultimately resulted in less animosity between the parties and greater feelings of control over divorce proceedings. Our Orlando mediation lawyers at Goodblatt · Leo can discuss your case with you today.

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