Boca Raton Mediation/Negotiation of Property & Support Settlement Lawyers
Retaining Control & Reducing Conflict Through Divorce Mediation in Fort Lauderdale, Palm Beach County, Broward County, & Miami-Dade County
Striving to resolve conflicts facing spouses or families without the need for court intervention is an essential element of our services at Gladstone, Weissman, Hirschberg & Schneider, P.A. Often, it is in the best interests of our clients to avoid the trauma and expense of litigation. It is only if these efforts at settlement prove fruitless that the courts become the last, best form of dispute resolution.
Our firm’s enduring values are expressed in our conversations with clients — caring, thorough, insightful, and reliable. We are pleased to represent individuals who value such qualities in their legal counselors.
Mediating Property & Support Agreements in Florida
Through mediation, parties in a dispute agree to work with a neutral mediator to seek a private resolution. Some of the best mediators are lawyers who know firsthand how a judge and jury would likely make a conclusion about any disagreement under consideration.
In a high-net-worth divorce, or any divorce, asset division and problematic aspects of complex divorces may be resolved through mediation, with these advantages:
- The parties involved will retain control over the process, including scheduling
- Deliberations will be private rather than public, as in the case of a court trial
- Many people find mediation to be more conciliatory and less acrimonious than a court trial
- Mediation often helps to keep legal costs down in a complex divorce
Regardless of who mediates, their role is to help the participants determine what is most important to them in an agreement and to assist them in achieving a mutually satisfactory result. The mediator facilitates communication and helps guide the participants to an agreement. The mediator may help the participants memorialize the agreement in writing. Our attorneys guide our clients through the mediation process and memorialize any resolutions in a comprehensive, carefully written settlement agreement.
Once signed, your marital settlement agreement becomes legally binding and cannot usually be overturned, such as when one party omitted or misstated key information. If the judge finds the agreement acceptable, the court approves it and incorporates it into the final judgment of dissolution of marriage.
Contact Us Today for More Information
To learn more about how our highly experienced attorneys can serve you, call Gladstone, Weissman, Hirschberg & Schneider, P.A. at (561) 447-2274. We can also be reached via our online contact form.
Meet Our Attorneysoutstanding reputations, the respect of their peers, & numerous high honors
Peter L. Gladstone Principal/Shareholder
Jeffrey A. Weissman Principal/Shareholder
David L. Hirschberg Principal/Shareholder
Denise L. Schneider Principal/Shareholder
Abigail M. Cohen Senior Associate
Casey A. Cusick Senior Associate
Joshua L. Plager Senior Associate
Tova N. Verchow Senior Associate
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“Jeff and his colleagues are all extremely intelligent and are adept at successfully guiding you through the confusing and painful labyrinth of divorce and child custody to achieve the best outcome for the entire family.”
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