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Four Tips to Help You Prepare for Your Florida Family Law Mediation

By Gale H. Moore |

Mediation is a method of alternative dispute resolution (ADR) that can help family members work out their issues in a informal venue outside of a traditional courtroom. As explained by the Florida Courts, mediation is “voluntary” and “confidential” — the process is set up to help parties reach a mutually agreeable settlement. If you… Read More »

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How to Overcome an Impasse in Divorce Mediation

By Gale H. Moore |

We all know how divorce is portrayed in popular media: it is a difficult, fiercely contested battle of opposing interests that can get dragged out for years and that leaves everyone with hurt feelings. The reality is far different. While ending a marriage is always challenging, not every divorce has to turn into a… Read More »

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How Does Collaborative Divorce Differ From Divorce Mediation?

By Gale H. Moore |

Many divorcing Florida couples have questions about the differences between collaborative divorce and mediation. This is understandable as both are non-adversarial processes, voluntary and highlight compromise along with finding mutually agreeable solutions. That being said, they are not interchangeable. A collaborative divorce proceeding is an entirely distinct legal process. Further, for many Florida couples,… Read More »

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