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Divorce Options Orlando

Divorce Options Orlando

Divorce options Orlando services can vary. From mediation to litigation, choosing the best divorce options Orlando offers could be the most important decisions you make. Couples who decide to no longer share things together are faced with making life changing, sometimes altering, decisions. Uncontested divorce matters can be resolved quickly without lawyers, through the mediation process.

Even couples that have lived separately for a while still have to finalize their divorce. The process can be amicable and conflict free using mediation services if it is an uncontested divorce.

Divorce Options Orlando
Asking The Right Questions

  1. Where will I live?
  2. How much will all this cost?
  3. Can I afford to be alone?
  4. How will we take care of the kids?
  5. Can we ever get along?
  6. Does this have to be long and painful?
  7. Do I have to hire a lawyer?
  8. Will my information be confidential?

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Benefits To Mediate

  • Financial investment is less than hiring individual attorneys. freedom! Mediation rates average between $600-$1500. A one time flat-fee is paid instead of a "retainer" and continued billable services. The cost can be shared or paid by one party.
  • Parenting issues are negotiated with a neutral mediator. Mediators with mental health backgrounds have experience with children's needs and resolving conflict. These assets make the process easier and provide a more considerate parenting plan or time-sharing agreement.
  • Assets and debts are discussed and distributed equitably, or as agreed. The finalization of your Marital Settlement Agreement will be determined by each of you, not a judge or attorneys. When there are issues that are in dispute, a mediator will use negotiation and conflict resolution techniques to help you reach the best outcome.
  • Communication between a divorcing couple is mediated and encouraged for resolution. This allows for the divorce process to happen more quickly. Reaching an agreement is the goal and ensuring that it is amicable is why mediation has such a high success rate.
  • Confidentiality is the most beneficial asset of mediation. Anything that is discussed in mediation remains confidential. Even if you can't reach a resolution, the topics and information gathered during your mediation can not be used in court. The benefit of being able to have conversations with a neutral third party allow resolution to happen faster.

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Reach Out For Help

Divorce options Orlando varies from legal attorneys to family mediators. Find the best help for your uncontested divorce is not out of your reach. Divorce is nothing to be ashamed of, but feeling overwhelmed and emotional is very normal. There are ways to have an amicable divorce and mediation is one option to try. Mediation allows for you to negotiate your own terms of your uncontested divorce.

Exploring your divorce options Orlando has to offer could mean saving you thousands of dollars. Calling mediators to find out how they work and what they offer is a cheap and easy place to start.

As a family mediator, I am passionate about resolving conflicts amicably. My training in conflict resolution and negotiation, along with my mental health background for 17 years, can help your divorce process. Having a neutral, third person to help you navigate your assets, debts, children, and finances allows for you to address issues in a confidential, safe way. I will draft your MSA and your Parenting Plan, and help you calculate child support and time sharing. Call me AT 407-274-9861 today to find out how mediation would work for 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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