A custody agreement can be worked out directly between parents, or with the help of a third-party mediator or arbitrator. Direct negotiations can work out well if the relationship between separating parents is reasonably amicable, and if they are filing for joint custody. The parents must be willing to do some of the legwork with the court (such as submitting filing fees, setting court dates, etc.) on their own. The agreement of sharing/child custody in Indian River County you and your co-parent work out will have to be approved by a judge.
Michelle is a licensed attorney in the state of Florida, who has chosen to focus her practice on resolving sharing/child custody in Indian River County exclusively through mediation. A Florida Supreme Court Certified Family Law Mediator since 1996, Michelle is proud to bring her experience, integrity, dedication, and professional approach to mediation.
Michelle offers on-line scheduling for your convenience, flexible hours and a reduced hourly rate for parties who qualify. Scheduling is also available by calling her office directly.
If you would like to learn more about the process of sharing/child custody in Indian River County or would like to schedule a free consultation with Michelle, contact her at 772-283-0820 or by email at email@example.com.
Successfully providing mediation services in Indian River County since 1996!