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How a Mediator in Orlando can help with Child Time-sharing Dispute Resolution

Child Custody

Between divorced parents, child custody disputes are always stressful and emotions get sparked up during the process. Going to a mediator in Orlando can help divorced parents resolve more easily and on time over their child custody battles. If disputes keep coming up between you and your ex-spouse over child time-sharing, a professional mediator in Orlando can help you.

How does mediation help in child time-sharing disputes?

  • A mediator in Orlando can have your disputes resolved on time without incurring much expenses on your part.
  • It is entirely private without the hassles of going to court in the full glare of a lot of people.
  • You have full control over mediation than full-blown litigation where you will have to go to court, and anything could happen.
  • A collaborative and cooperative atmosphere is the best solution for co-parenting to work.

Mediation works when it comes to a dispute over time-sharing and child custody. It is faster, less expensive and relatively friendly. Mediation brings the two parties to work together and agree on a joint solution which leaves both parties satisfied. Working with a mediator in Orlando is important for the mental and emotional development of the children because mediation takes away the stress of going to court and involving lawyers. With all these in mind, you should not forget that despite working with a mediator in Orlando, you should make sure you protect your parental interests. Mediation is about helping you reach common ground - a beneficial compromise for you and your family. If you are unable to achieve this, your attorney will then help you explore other legal options that suit you.

How does the Mediation process work?

Your child custody mediation will involve you, your attorney, your ex-spouse, their attorney, and a mediator in Orlando. The mediator is the neutral third party whose job is to help both sides reach an agreement. Once the mediator has introduced everyone and given the overview of the process, you and your ex-spouse will both give your opening statements. The mediator will ask questions for both of you and negotiation discussions will ensue. At a point, the mediator in Orlando will discuss with each party privately in a bid to make the two parties reach an agreement. The mediator will also try out different tactics to so the couple can agree. For any mediation meeting, it is important to have an experienced attorney by your side who will advise you accordingly.

If you need legal assistance or you need a mediator in Orlando to help you and your ex-spouse resolve your time-sharing disputes, get in touch with us at Do Divorce Better. Call us today on (407) 704-6061 for more information on how we can help you.

Heather Oller

Heather Oller is a licensed mental health professional with a Masters degree in counseling and psychology. She is an expert therapist at Orlando Thrive Therapy, Counseling & Conflict Resolution and is a Florida certified family court mediator. She is also a qualified Parent Coordinator. She specializes in conflict resolution and alternative dispute resolution.

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