• How Mediation Can Help Your Case
  • March 12, 2015
  • Law Firm: Rechel Associates P.A. - Tampa Office
  • While you can have an attorney with you to advise as to your specific legal rights and the benefits of negotiation/risks of litigation, you don’t have to participate with a lawyer if that is your preference (though bear in mind if you have already hired one for your case they will most likely require that they be there). You will have the option of a period of review by an attorney of any settlement that results from mediation, so the safety of that opportunity is there if you don’t have counsel prior to the negotiation.

    Mediation is a great way to advance your case by identifying those objectives that you and your opposing party have in common so that you can at least come to some partial agreement and thereby avoid wasting time and money pursuing litigation of issues you both happen to agree upon. Divorce mediation can help many couples, contact Ted Rechel at www.tampabaylawyers.com for more information.