Can Family Mediation Really Help?


When you have spent days, weeks or even months arguing with your partner, you may believe that it’s impossible to reach a solution which works for both parties. Major disagreements can be difficult to resolve, but with the right professional help you can find a solution together. Many couples assume that the only solution to a dispute is to file for divorce, but court is a final option that is only used after you’ve exhausted other options. Family mediation in South Florida is a wonderful tool that can help you and your partner reach an amicable resolution of your disagreements. Nancy Brodzki of Brodzki Jacobs & Associates, PL is a highly skilled and experienced Florida Supreme Court Certified Mediator.

The most important aspect of family mediation is taking the time to listen. Your mediator needs to listen to each party to understand the problems you’re facing. Your mediator needs to have the patience and compassion to hear your concerns, along with the issues your partner may be experiencing as well. What’s most important is for your mediator to remain neutral, their goal is not to “choose sides” and decide who is right or wrong. They do not pass judgement. Instead, a good mediator will work to seek as many amicable resolutions as possible. Your mediator will attempt to establish common ground between both parties, seeking identification of similar goals you may share and can work towards.

The goal of family mediation is to find resolutions to your problems without the need for court intervention. Divorce litigation is expensive, time consuming and stressful. Often, mediation sessions can help identify solutions which can be reached far more quickly. In most cases, our team can help you find and reach a solution in as little as a few weeks.

When it comes to familial disputes, a family lawyer from our team at Brodzki Jacobs & Associates, PL can be an invaluable asset in finding a resolution. For many families, family mediation sessions with an experienced mediator can make all the difference in finding solutions for what seem to be intractable problems. If you’re contemplating divorce, and are looking for legal or mediation advice, call us today.

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