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Family Law

Family Law does not only mean divorce or dissolution of marriage. Family Law may also mean adoption, dependency, paternity, the enforcement of or defense of payment of alimony, child support; it may also involve issues of custody, visitation, non-payment or non-compliance or court orders or final judgments from a court and related issues. 

 Jerome R. Siegel, P.A., of Law Firm In Florida has over 35 years of experience in representing clients in family law matters; whether your issue concerns divorce, custody, visitation, child support, alimony, division of assets, paternity or other matters, Jerome R. Siegel, has been involved in the practice of family law issues such as these, for over 35 years. We invite you to contact our law firm in Florida at: (954) 229-2226 for a free phone consultation at your convenience.

WHAT IS MEDIATION?

Mediation is an impartial, totally confidential process where the parties seek to resolve their differences and issues without going to court or prior to the court finally deciding the disposition of their case. Mediation allows you as the party involved in the dispute, to take the dispute into your own hands and try to resolve it in the best terms possible. It is the only time if you are involved in court where you as the litigant and/or client have the ability to resolve your case and issue before the court issues a ruling; very helpful in alleviating the stress, great expense and time used in going to court 
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FAMILY LAW MEDIATION

Jerome R. Siegel has been a Supreme Court certified family mediator for over 13 years. He has mediated a number of family law cases. He has been able to resolve many of the family law issues that arise in family law cases. Whether your dispute concerns child custody, visitation, alimony, child support, distribution of assets or other family law issues, please feel free to contact our offices to schedule a mediation.

WHEN SHOULD I SELECT AMEDIATION? BECAUSE IT IS THE ONLY TIME WHEN YOU ARE IN COURT, THAT YOU ARE NOT THE JUDGE MAKING A DECISION.

Mediations can be selected for a various number of reasons. If you are in a dispute regarding a family or civil action or civil issue, many people seek to resolve these issues before they have to go to court. If we are able to resolve the issues in mediation, then your mediation agreement will become binding and if after filed with the said agreement may then become an order of the court. In most instances, the court will order you to mediation whether in a family or circuit civil matter. When you are ordered to mediation by the court, you do not have a choice but to attend the mediation. The reason the court orders these mediations is it helps the parties resolve the issues without going through the expense, anxiety and time of litigation the issues they are involved in and it avoids having a judge make a decision.

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