Mediation: A Cost-Effective Way To Resolve Your Broward County Divorce

Going through a divorce is an emotionally draining experience. Disputes can easily arise, leading to a prolonged, costly trial. In these difficult times, you do have options. Mediation is a cost-effective method for reaching a mutually acceptable divorce agreement while preserving civility between the parties.

What Is Mediation?

Divorce mediation is not counseling or therapy. It is a process whereby an impartial third party (called a mediator) helps divorcing parties reach an agreement.

Divorce mediation can be time-consuming and hard work. However, it is often less costly than a trial and helps to preserve relationships between former spouses, which can be extremely beneficial if children are involved and a post-divorce relationship is necessary.

A mediator:

  • Is an independent person who helps both parties reach an agreement
  • Helps people understand that they are not as far apart as they think they are
  • Sees through anger and emotions and gets to the key issues
  • Assists parties in coming to an agreement that is acceptable to both

Jerome P. Ventura: A Certified Mediator

At the Law Offices of Jerome P. Ventura, P.A., in Pembroke Pines, Florida, we provide mediation services to families located all throughout Broward County with divorce or other family law concerns. Our founding attorney, Jerome Ventura, has more than 25 years of experience in family law and is a Family Law Mediator and a Circuit Civil Mediator, certified by the Florida Supreme Court to serve as a mediator in family law and divorce as well as in Florida Circuit Court civil cases, including foreclosure matters.

Mediation may be used to solve all of the issues in a divorce or it may be used to solve a single issue. Many times, spouses may agree on most issues, but have disputes involving child custody, parenting time and time-sharing.

Our firm can assist in mediations involving divorce and family law issues, ranging from property division and parenting plans to financial issues involving child support and alimony/spousal support. We can also assist in mediations involving order modifications.

Questions About How Mediation Can Help You? Contact Our Office.

If you have questions regarding the mediation process, feel free to contact our office and speak with the mediation coordinator. We can be reached through email or by calling 954-399-5850.