FamilyMediationToday.com, a website detailing the legal services of private attorneys and family mediators, announces the addition of a section explaining general things about the mediation process.
January 16, 2013 (Newswire) - Conflicts arising among family members, especially spouses, are not new. There are issues between couples or co-parents that seem to be too difficult to resolve on their own. For guidance in settling such disputes, family mediation has become a well-accepted idea. Generally speaking, a family mediator is a third-party individual who is tasked to oversee a family situation and, based on that perspective, put forward suggestions or comments for resolution.
Depending on the gravity of the situation and the preference of the parties involved, the family mediator can be an immediate family member, a close friend or an independent person who is able to stand on neutral ground. For a more reliable solution - such as when entertaining the idea of divorce and considering the kids - parties often turn to someone more professional, such as family mediators with legal background.
FamilyMediationToday.com was created with the goal of sharing the services of a team of family mediation lawyers South Florida. Through the website, prospective and existing clients can schedule their next family mediation session with legal experts Romaine Brown, Esquire, and Nadine Brown, Esquire, both private licensed attorneys and Family Law and Civil mediators.
Educating clients about what family mediation is and what it isn't, FamilyMediationToday.com offers a new section dedicated exclusively to providing in-depth information about the service. More informative than ever before, the website explains that through the family mediation Broward services, there will be discussions on whether to divorce and on what grounds, custody of children, parenting issues and management of shared care of the children are also talked about. Family mediation Fort Lauderdale services will also cover property settlement, financial support and division of assets.
FamilyMediationToday.com clarifies that contrary to common knowledge, mediation is not marriage counseling. Family mediators are not expected to deal with the conflicts that led to the breakdown of the relationship or the emotional issues arising from it. Mediation does not aim to bring the couple back together but this may occasionally happen when communication between ex-partners improves. More importantly, the mediators - impartial as they are - do not provide legal advice, but can provide information on relevant legal matters, without influencing the involved parties.
To find out more about the family mediation services of legal specialists Romaine Brown, Esquire, and Nadine Brown, Esquire, please visit http://www.familymediationtoday.com/ for full information.