Why Hire a Board-Certified Mediator?
Board-certified mediators have an advantage over other attorneys because
they have additional training and legal certification to perform mediation
that is recognized by the courts.
Attorney Catherine Real is a certified family law mediator and works to help her clients come
to satisfactory settlements without having to endure the troubles of trial.
Ms. Real has studied and investigated the best way to negotiate with feuding
spouses. Her talents have been recognized by the courts. Now, Florida
authorities will frequently recommend that disagreeing couples see Ms.
Real for assistance.
The firm always tries to work through issues using mediation first. If
it is impossible to resolve the issues at hand out of court, Ms. Real
also has extensive experience litigating cases in front of judges. She has been
serving clients in Tampa, Florida for over three decades.
What is Mediation and Why Do People Opt For It?
Mediation is a calmer approach to
divorce. In mediation, both spouses come together with a board-certified mediator
to discuss the nature of their case. If the spouses can create their own
divorce settlement and agree to the terms, they will not have to go to
court. Instead, they can submit the divorce settlement to the court, and
their dissolution of marriage will be granted.
mediation process is a less expensive, less emotional, and less stressful way to
handle divorce. Clients who think that they can manage to settle their
divorce through mediation should pursue this route.
Representation from a Trusted Professional
The team at Catherine W. Real, P.A. is ready and willing to help clients
get the divorce case outcomes that they need. The firm's staff even
includes a neutral mental health professional and a financial counselor
to help clients with post-divorce difficulties. Attorney Real is more
than just a divorce lawyer. She is a
compassionate counselor for those in need and a patient representative of clients in court.
Contact the Tampa divorce lawyer at Catherine W. Real, P.A. today if you want a caring mediator to handle