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Benefits of Mediation for Temporary Alimony

Posted by Gordon Shayne | Jul 02, 2024 | 0 Comments

Mediation For Temporary Alimony

Mediation offers parties headed to a Temporary Alimony Hearing before a Judge, the opportunity to resolve that dispute without having to appear before the Judge. It is extremely important to understand the power of negotiations and how that might work in your favor when dealing with a Temporary Alimony Conflict.

The amount of Temporary Alimony is often a sore spot for many spouses who are being asked to provide financial support to the other spouse until a Final Judgment is obtained.  The Final Hearing may be months away and temporary negotiation tactics could work in both Parties' interests.

A more peaceful, less time-consuming and cost-effective method of resolving a Temporary Alimony dispute is through the Mediation process. A Family Law lawyer who is certified to conduct Mediations in such cases, remains neutral and because of years of experience and training will bring his energies and ideas to resolve Temporary Alimony disputes into the Mediation. A resolution of a Temporary Alimony dispute can save Parties a lot of money and stress without having to pay lawyer fees and attend a Hearing with an unknown result.

If you wish to explore resolution of your Alimony disputes with a Florida Supreme Court Certified Family Mediator, we can help you immediately. 

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Gordon Shayne

Gordon N. Shayne Family Law / Divorce Lawyer Phone: (904) 544-6855 Gordon N. Shayne's field of practice is devoted to Family Law/Divorce case throughout the State of Florida

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