Why Choose Mediation

Increasingly, courts are turning to alternative dispute resolution methods, such as mediation, to resolve family law conflicts. Choosing to hire an attorney who is a Florida Supreme Court Certified Family Law Mediator can help you better navigate the process of your family law case. This method is used in a wide variety of family law cases, including divorce and paternity. In fact, in many family law cases in the state of Florida, judges require that involved parties attend mediation before the judge will allow the case to go to a trial.

Understanding Mediation

Mediation is a form of alternative dispute resolution that is used in a private forum before a case is filed in court. During this process, a third party provides assistance to help the involved parties define issues and create plans to deal with such problems. The role of the mediator is to sit down with each party to discuss the various options and to develop various proposals in order to have the case resolved with little to no disputes or resentment between the parties.

Advice from a Mediation Specialist

When asked about the benefits of choosing to work with a Certified Family Law Mediator, Attorney Michael Goodson, a Florida Supreme Court Certified Family Law Mediator, explained, “Certified Family Law Mediators have participated in specialized training and mentorship, and they understand clients' desires to quickly and efficiently resolve family law issues.”

Facing Family Law Related Issues? Call The Virga Law Firm, P.A.

If you are contemplating divorce or have found yourself facing other issues related to family law, we encourage you to get in touch with our attorneys at The Virga Law Firm, P.A. right away. We can examine the details of your case and determine which strategies, including mediation, can pursue the best results based on your situation. When you choose to entrust your case to our team, we will stand by your side from beginning to end.

To discuss your case, call The Virga Law Firm, P.A. right away. We have helped hundreds of families.