Broward, Miami-Dade, Palm Beach Counties, Ft. Lauderdale, Boca Raton, Florida Mediation Attorney
Family Law and Divorce Attorney Deborah Bianchi Tracht is a Florida Supreme Court Certified Mediator.
Who is a Certified Mediator? A certified mediator is an individual who is “certified” and thus “licensed” by the Florida Supreme Court to act in an intermediate negotiation capacity for conflict resolution.
A mediator's objective is to negotiate a fair and amicable divorce settlement between the two involved parties, ultimately reducing stress levels, saving time by speeding up the legal process, saving thousands of dollars in legal fees, and ultimately concluding with a win-win situation for all.
A mediator is NOT the attorney or representative for either side and therefore represents a neutral third party with unbiased involvement who cannot give either side legal advice. Equally, they cannot tell either party what to do during conflict resolution. A mediator is not like a judge deciding who is right and who is wrong with the authority of imposing a decision. Nor does a mediator act in the capacity of a jury.
Each party will have the opportunity to be heard and can more effectively communicate their concerns of the myriad of issues that arise in dissolving their relationship. A trained mediator brings creative thinking and innovative solutions to the case.
Our Florida divorce mediation attorney would like to work with you.
For family mediation services, contact our Pompano Beach, Florida, mediation attorney at (954) 776-2320.
A Peace Acronym for Divorce Mediation
Our divorce mediation attorney offers clients exceptional negotiation skills. Resolving matters quickly reduces emotional and financial strains on everyone involved. Mediator Deborah Bianchi Tracht maintains the peace and is able to make both parties — both you and your divorcing spouse — feel equally important in the divorce proceedings. Florida divorce mediation lawyers and judges apply the PEACE acronym to divorce mediation cases:
Parental issues: special needs of the children, time sharing, visitation, paternity, and child custody
Equitable distribution of property
Everything else: prenuptial or post-nuptial agreements, domestic violence, and restraining orders
If you are interested in working with a child-focused divorce mediation attorney, contact us today at (954) 776-2320.
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