Jacksonville Mediation Attorney
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The divorce process can create emotional, legal, and financial setbacks,
which can leave you feeling overwhelmed and helpless in the fight to settle
your marriage. The conflicts that arise force you to go to court, putting
your divorce settlement in the hands of a judge. That is why you need
to take steps to avoid the additional time, finances, and stress that
come with the court process by undergoing an alternative way to settle
At the Law Offices of Jason K.S. Porter, P.A., we offer insightful mediation
services, helping you and your spouse settle outside of all the court
Jacksonville divorce lawyers encourage open communication and promote effective decision making, while
brainstorming and guiding the couple through the process.
Is mediation right for my divorce?
Through mediation, you and your spouse will sit down to discuss various
aspects concerning your divorce with the presence of a mediator who is
a neutral third party member. The mediator provides guidance and insight
regarding fair settlements for both parties. The mediation process has
an organized and direct approach to settle your marriage and strives toward
reaching mutual agreements.
The various topics discuss include some of the following:
To begin the process, tax documents, mortgage information, financial statements,
insurance policies, and other documents will be gathered. Also, both spouses
will express their goals, various concerns, and priorities they have to
ensure each spouse is clear about their overall objectives. Then negotiating
will begin until agreements are met. If the mediation process is not successful,
a couple may have to go to court to have their divorce settled.
Don't wait - Call now for trusted counsel!
At the Law Offices of Jason K.S. Porter, P.A., we aim to settle your divorce
as effectively and efficiently possible, without having to go to court.
Our dedicated Jacksonville divorce attorney can assist you, providing
exceptional legal guidance and personalized advice throughout each step.
If you wish to receive future information regarding your divorce, do not
contact our firm today.