Mediation and Co Parenting

At Mediation of Coral Springs, Inc., our Florida Supreme Court Certified Mediators realize that one of the most difficult aspects of Florida Dissolution of Marriage case is the parties deciding what will happen to their children after the divorce has been finalized. It can be very challenging for a parent who has resided full-time with […]

Mediating a Step Parent Adoption

It is quite commonplace in Florida that after two parties divorce who have children in common, one or both will go on to either remarry or enter into a romantic relationship where they reside with a new person. At some point, one of the former spouses may decide with his or her new spouse to […]

Mediation with a Personal Injury Claim

What happens when one of the parties to a Florida Dissolution of Marriage action has a personal injury lawsuit pending for an incident that occurred prior to the date that a Petition for Dissolution of Marriage was filed? It can make both proceedings much more complicated. Our Florida Supreme Court Certified Mediators at Mediation of […]

Mediating a Divorce with a Disabled Spouse

When one of the spouses becomes disabled during the course of their marriage, it can cause the marriage to deteriorate to the point of one or both spouses filing a Petition for Dissolution of Marriage. This is especially true when disability becomes even more debilitating as time goes on. Our Florida Supreme Court Certified Mediators […]

Mediation and Celebrity Couples

One thing about living and working in South Florida is that there is really no shortage of famous couples and celebrities who reside here on either a full or part time basis. When those types of couples decide to break up and file for divorce, it is not uncommon to see their pictures on the […]

Mediation and Alimony

Our Florida Supreme Court Certified Mediators at Mediation of Coral Springs, Inc. recognize that while mediating divorce cases usually involve two emotional spouses, their emotions may run much higher when the case involves a claim for alimony. Whether alimony is awarded, and how much, is determined by the factors contained in Florida Statute §61.08. These […]

Stay-at-home Moms and Mediation

Our Florida Supreme Court Certified Mediators at Mediation of Coral Springs, Inc. have noticed that more and more women seem to be stay-at-home moms. Recent studies have shown that approximately 29 percent of moms in the United States stay at home to raise their children. Although there are a lot of benefits from being a […]

Hiding Assets

Our Florida Supreme Court Certified Mediators at Mediation of Coral Springs, Inc. have conducted mediations where one or both spouses have hidden assets before or during the divorce process in order to avoid splitting them with their soon to be ex-spouse. One of the most common ways to hide assets is to remove money from […]

Guardian ad Liems and Mediation

Our Florida Supreme Court Certified Mediators at Mediation of Coral Springs, Inc. have conducted mediations where the input of a Guardian ad Litem would have been beneficial in helping the parties draft a custody arrangement and time-sharing schedule that was in the best interest of the parties’ minor children. However, most parties don’t understand what […]

Parenting Plans

One of the more difficult situations to mediate is where two parents are unable agree on anything and can hardly even be in the same room with other; but now have to determine how to parent a rebellious teenager. By rebellious, we are talking about a child whose behavior includes conduct such as skipping school, […]