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A divorce does not have to end in compromise, with neither party achieving the result they want. It does not have to result in a drawn out courtroom battle that causes irreparable harm to both spouses and to any children involved. It does not have to cause you and your spouse to hate one another. Approached via mediation or another form of Alternative Dispute Resolution, a divorce can be exactly what your family needs to get a fresh start.
At Young DeLoach PLLC, our attorneys are highly experienced in divorce mediation. We assist families throughout Central Florida with their family law needs, focusing on our clients’ individual needs and goals in order to help them reach the best possible resolution for their divorce. If you are interested in learning more about whether mediation may be the right option for you, we recommend that you consult a Central Florida divorce attorney at our firm as soon as possible.
If you and your spouse are in agreement on some issues but are having difficulty resolving others, divorce mediation may be the right choice. The goal in mediation is to come to a workable agreement regarding the many sensitive issues that will arise in a divorce: child custody and support, alimony, property distribution, and more. You and your spouse may have very different views on these topics, but with successful mediation you may find that you can reach an agreement that works for you both. Additionally, divorce mediation is often less time consuming and expensive than a courtroom divorce, and is less emotionally traumatic for all parties involved.
To schedule an appointment and discuss how we can help you, contact Young DeLoach PLLC today or call 407-422-4000 Orlando 386-308-8810 Daytona Beach.
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