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There is often a tragic tension when marital dreams end in divorce. Discord can be costly, both financially and emotionally, affecting all family members. Divorce mediation in Miami is used by divorced couples who have decided to end their marriage and settle their differences in an impartial, cooperative setting.

Divorcement Mediation

  • Before the fires are fanned, allow for resolution.
  • Supports a collaborative, not competitive, decision-making process
  • The parties can decide which settlement provisions are best for the entire family.
  • Reducing the risk of expensive and emotionally damaging litigation
  • Divorce mediation in Miami Encourages the reduction of anger that can lead to destructive actions for all family members
  • This program provides a neutral, cooperative environment in which couples who are separating or divorcing can communicate about issues such as:
  • Visitation and custody arrangements for children
  • Definition of property
  • Spousal maintenance guidelines
  • Child Support Guidelines

Families are frequently faced with other difficult situations besides divorce. Mediation can be a humane, creative and constructive way to resolve these issues.

Meet Me, Jill St. Louis

With over 10 years of experience in divorce mediation, I am dedicated to helping couples find common ground and achieve peaceful resolutions. My compassionate approach ensures that all parties are heard and understood.

Family & Marital Mediation

  • Predicting certain life events to avoid future conflicts or misunderstandings and preserve the marriage and family
  • Deal with situations that have complex emotional and financial implications, which can cause dissension among family members
  • Divorce mediation in Miami provides an objective perspective on family issues such as:
  • Post-marital agreements
  • Premarital agreements
  • Cohabitation agreements
  • Modifications to previous divorce or support agreements
  • Step-family agreements – financial or otherwise
  • Care agreements for elderly or dependent relatives
  • The distribution of assets and liabilities within a family

What Is Mediation?

  1. Orientation session
    This section describes the mediation process. Answers to questions.
  2. The first session is scheduled if the parties agree to mediation.
  3. Session de mediation
    The session can last up to two hours. Both parties and mediator can schedule sessions at their convenience.
    1. a) All documents relevant are reviewed
      b) Parties negotiate, creative solutions are developed, agreements/resolutions occur and conclusions are reached
      If necessary, experts from outside can be consulted
  4. The mediator will prepare a written Memorandum of Agreement and review it with the parties.

Parties are encouraged to consult attorneys at any time during the mediation process or after it concludes to get an opinion on the agreement or have the attorney finalize the divorce. If both parties decide not to seek legal advice, it is possible to complete the divorce process without an attorney. The mediator will not submit divorce papers to the court but can guide the parties towards alternative procedures.

When couples decide to divorce and settle their dispute in an impartial, cooperative setting where they can communicate openly on all issues, they choose divorce mediation in Miami. The parties can make their own decisions with the help of a mediator at Miami, reducing the likelihood of expensive litigation and emotional disruption.

The Leading Divorce Mediation Miami

Consider divorce mediation Miami for a collaborative and efficient approach to resolving marital disputes. Unlike traditional courtroom battles, mediation fosters open communication and mutual understanding, allowing couples to reach agreements on key issues such as asset division, child custody, and support arrangements with the guidance of a skilled mediator. By opting for divorce mediation Miami, couples retain control over their divorce process while avoiding the stress and expense of litigation. With its focus on cooperation and compromise, mediation enables couples to transition into the next phase of their lives with greater ease and clarity. Whether you’re in Miami or surrounding areas, choosing divorce mediation Miami ensures a supportive environment where your needs and priorities are prioritized, paving the way for a smoother and more amicable resolution.

When You Become Our Client, You Become a Member of Our Family

Divorce with Kindness is a place where you are never just another number. We are dedicated to and believe in the following goals.

Successful Solution will provide you with a personal, caring, responsive, and convenient service during your entire mediation process. We promote openness and honesty. We treat everyone with respect.

Create a divorce that is amicable, without tension or trauma to the family. Communication and cooperation are promoted by our method.

We can help you to avoid the high costs, uncertainty and unpredictable nature of the traditional litigation process.

You will be in charge of the outcome of a divorce or coparenting agreement, instead of letting a judge decide your family’s fate. In divorce mediation in Miami, you can be as creative as you like. You are the only one who knows what works for you.

Helping spouses to reach an agreement that is fair, thoughtful, and personalized.

We will guide you to a positive and efficient mediation process, while taking into consideration all issues and options related to divorce. Your agreements will be comprehensive, clear and durable.

Resolve divorce and parenting problems peacefully, without conflict or escalation in court. There is a high likelihood of a full settlement if both parties are willing to participate in mediation.

You will feel completely confident and secure in the mediation process. What happens in mediation stays in mediation. We always keep our process private and confidential.

Divorce can be a stressful time for anyone. We get it. We can help. Contact Lizette to schedule your first consultation.

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Navigate your divorce journey with ease – choose Successful Solution for divorce mediation in Miami! Our experienced team is here to guide you through the process, promoting communication and understanding. Make your divorce smoother, more cost-effective, and less stressful. Ready for a successful resolution? Contact us today to begin your journey towards a brighter future.

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Miami Divorce Mediation FAQs

What does "pre-suit divorce mediation" mean?

Pre-suit divorce mediation is when a couple chooses to work with a mediator instead of going to court to settle their divorce. It’s a way to avoid the emotional and financial stress of hiring lawyers and fighting in court. The couple, with the help of a mediator, tries to sort out their divorce issues.

What is the role of a divorce mediator?

A divorce mediator is like a referee who helps a divorcing couple talk about and solve their problems. They’re specially trained to do this. Some mediators, who are also lawyers, know about the legal side of things, which can be helpful.

How long does divorce mediation last?

Usually, private mediation sessions last 2-3 hours. Most couples can sort out their problems in the first session, but sometimes they need more. After everything’s settled, it takes about two weeks to write up the divorce agreement for the final session.

How do I know if divorce mediation is not right for my case?

Mediation can work for any case, no matter how complicated. The mediator and the couple can also ask experts like financial planners or psychologists for help with tough issues.

Must we file for divorce first before attending mediation?

No, you don’t have to file for divorce first. If both of you agree to mediation before starting a divorce lawsuit, you can sort out all the issues during mediation.

Can my spouse and I still mediate if we don't agree?

Yes, even if you and your spouse don’t get along, a trained mediator can still help you work things out calmly.

Does a mediator meet with the spouses separately or together?

In most cases, couples talk together during mediation. But if it’s too emotional, you can work separately, and the mediator will go between you.

What happens if we cannot agree on every issue?

If you can’t agree on everything, don’t worry. You can still make progress on some things in mediation. For the rest, you can hire lawyers to help or take more time to think and come back to mediation later.

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