Mediation Practice is conducted by a Mediator who is a trained, neutral, third party. The mediator strives to be balanced and impartial. The role of the mediator is to facilitate communication between the parties, not to impose solutions. Mediators do not take sides nor do they render judgments. in case of Child Support Matters in Palm Beach County, the mediator works with both sides to help the parties reach a mutually acceptable resolution.
There is very good evidence that parents with disagreements about custody and shared parenting time who use mediation spend much more time with their children and have far better relationships with them all the way around than parents who litigate. You may no longer be husband and wife, but you will always be Mommy and Daddy.
Michelle and his team of professionals of Child Support Matters in Palm Beach County are experienced in aiding clients who are seeking to establish child support, those who seek modification to existing court-ordered child support and those who are having difficulty making their required payments and those who are having difficulty collecting payments due to them. Michelle is also familiar with situations where one parent is being less than honest about his or her income or the child's expenses in an attempt to garner a more substantial payment.
If you would like to learn more about Mediation Practice, Michelle Kohn can help. Michelle’s mediation training and experience in family law has prepared her to work with couples interested in resolving their divorce without the expense and stress of litigation.