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Divorce & Family Mediation Services in Pembroke Pines

Helping Clients in Broward County Achieve Amicable Resolution

During a family law proceeding, emotions can sometimes get in the way of reaching a solution. With the frustration involved in trying to hold on to property, determine child support and custody, decide on alimony, and agree on how each family member will move forward, bringing in a third-party professional can help. A mediator, as they are called, can assist couples to reach a mutual agreement while staying civil.

What is the Mediator's Role?

The mediator’s role is to facilitate resolution of the issue by presenting an impartial, unemotional analysis of the factors and successful communication with the parties as to the true intent of the participants. This often leads to preventing misunderstandings and reaching a settlement agreement. In mediation, there is no requirement to come to a resolution and statistics show that more than 70% of the controversies are resolved. This saves litigation costs and expenses and helps the parties to be able to go forward on an amicable basis. At the Law Office of Jerome P. Ventura in Pembroke Pines, we provide mediation services to families located all throughout Broward County with divorce or other family law concerns.

Interested in involving a mediator to help with a divorce? Call (954) 280-6119 to speak with a Broward County mediation lawyer.

How Mediation Can Help With Divorce

Divorce is an emotional drain whether or not it takes place in a courtroom. By involving a certified mediator to help, couples can reach an agreement that is mutually beneficial to both without spending all that time dealing with the legal procedures of family court. This helps the parties to save time and money, and it helps them preserve a relationship in which to work together for the benefit of any children involved.

A mediator can assist with many aspects of divorce, including:

  • Acting as an unbiased third party who helps both parties reach an agreement
  • Helping people understand that they are not as far apart as they think
  • Seeing through anger and emotions to reach the key issues
  • Assisting parties in coming to a mutually acceptable agreement

Jerome P. Ventura—Certified Mediator

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.

Oftentimes, divorcing couples do not understand how many of their interests they share in common. Mediation can help them quickly see what they agree on and spend more time solving issues where they do not yet see eye to eye. We have experience helping couples with parenting issues, property division, and finances.

Call (954) 280-6119 or contact us online to get answers to questions regarding the mediation process. We may be able to help.

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See How We've Helped Other Families

  • “Honest, great listener, and compassion for his craft!”

    Jamie E.

  • “Would highly recommend.”

    Bernice V.

  • “I initially contacted Mr. Ventura to get a consultation with regards to a family case. I’ve had several consultations prior and the previous attorneys were not as helpful or understanding as he was.”


  • “I must say after the 30 minutes we were on the phone, I felt like I understood things a little better.”

    Toni B.

  • “An attorney/client relationship is one that should have respect and trust, which I what I experienced with Jerry Ventura's office and his staff.”