Is Divorce Mediation the Right Option?
The majority of all family law cases are required to attend mediation prior to going to trial. Regardless of the the number, or complexity, of the issues , mediation is a highly successful method of bringing the parties together, with the guidance of a Florida Supreme Court Certified Family Mediator, to resolve your issues. If you are concerned that you and your spouse are unable to negotiate directly, remember: the majority of mediations are conducted with the parties in separate rooms, which reduces the stress and tension of the process.
The confidentiality of mediation allows you to negotiate in good faith. In contrast to litigation, which can be an expensive, highly stressful, and lengthy process, mediation reduces the costs, drama, and time involved to resolve your case. Sharon B. Johnson is a Certified Family Mediator as well as an experienced Jacksonville divorce attorney. She can assist you in settling your case, thus saving you time, money, and emotional stress.
Experienced Negotiator and Mediator Assisting Jacksonville Clients
Florida courts greatly prefer to see uncontested divorces. One of the primary concerns of the state is that the divorce process not be unnecessarily traumatic for any minor children in the family. Not only does an uncontested divorce avoid a stressful court battle, it also saves everyone involved considerable time and expense.
At the Jacksonville, Florida, law firm of Sharon B. Johnson, Attorney at Law, I help people throughout Duval, Clay, St. Johns, Nassau, and Baker counties (including: Orange Park, Jacksonville Beach, Ponte Vedra Beach, and Flemming Island) to resolve divorce disputes. As your mediation attorney, I will negotiate for a settlement that accommodates your needs and the needs of your minor children. If negotiations are not successful, I will not hesitate to go to court and fight aggressively for you there.
I also offer mediation services. As a mediator, I would not represent either spouse but would serve as a moderator of sorts to facilitate an agreement that everyone can support.
Get the Help You Deserve
Contact my office today to discuss your divorce questions. I am available for consultations by phone or in person, whichever is more convenient for you.
If you prefer, you may also reach me via email and I will follow up with you by the end of the next business day.
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