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Help to Facilitate an Equitable Solution

Mediation provides a forum to resolve disputes in a less contentious environment than the courtroom. This effective alternative dispute resolution method encourages cooperation that preserves family and business relations and costs less than trial. David is a Supreme Court certified circuit civil and family law mediator who conducts mediations to resolve family, business and real estate conflicts and reach equitable agreements prior to and post lawsuit as well as by court order. Mediation can accomplish a better relationship between the two parties as well. They essentially have to work together to reach an agreement.

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Benefits of Mediation

Court mediation has several benefits including fewer court costs and quicker resolutions. Mediation can be court ordered or requested by your attorney. Depending on the case you may not have any mediation fees while others may have small fees associated. The court may require fees to be split evenly between both parties. Even though hiring a Wesley Chapel attorney is not necessary for mediation it is recommended because the mediator cannot give you legal advice on your case. Everything discussed during mediation is kept confidential. After mediation there will be three main outcomes. The first is that both parties agree to all terms on all issues. The agreement is then written and transferred to the judge for approval. Second, the parties might agree on some issues which will produce a written partial agreement while the court decides on the remaining issues. The third outcome is no agreement on any issue which will move your case on to be decided by the court.

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