Nov. 27, 2022

Frequently Asked Questions (FAQs) 🧐 about Florida Family Mediation Services provided by Florida Family Mediator, Vanessa Lech

Frequently Asked Questions (FAQs) 🧐 about Florida Family Mediation Services provided by Florida Family Mediator, Vanessa Lech

What is Family Mediation?

Family Mediation involves a neutral, third party with the purpose of helping to resolve conflict(s), disputes and facilitating communication with this purpose in mind.  

 

Family Mediation Focus?

Family Mediation may focus on developing a thorough, comprehensive parenting plan, alimony and/or child support payments, division of assets such as vehicle(s), properties, bank account(s), retirement(s) and so on.

 

Will all of my issues be addressed during the family mediation?

This depends on the parties involved. If the parties involved choose to resolve the issues then, yes. However, not all issues can necessarily be resolved inside of family mediation. Sometimes, additional outside assistance will be needed in different areas of one's life thereafter. Family matters are complicated and people are not always willing to settle their differences during mediation despite the best efforts of all involved.

 

Family Mediation and Family Court?

Family Mediation is frequently court ordered to help families resolve conflict prior to going before a judge in court. This type of mediation serves to address any and all outstanding issues and hopes to settle ongoing conflict surrounding finances and custody. 

 

How do I get started?

The best way to get started is to book a meet and greet phone appointment at your convenience. Click here to get started. 

 
This will provide an opportunity to learn more, ask questions and determine if this could help you with your life transition.
 
 
Adults 18 +  that are able to legally consent.
 

Can I call about services for my neighbor, friend, family member, n'law, etc?

 
No. 
 
Due to privacy concerns, phone calls or other communication will NOT be responded to if the inquiry is regarding someone other than the person that is initiating the phone call or other communication. 
 
If you are concerned about your friend, neighbor, spouse, significant other, family member, n' law, etc., then please have the person inquire directly about services. 
 
Only person(s) that are motivated and willing to receive services will be possibly considered appropriate for services. 
 
People that do NOT want to participate/are NOT willing or motivated to participate in services are NOT going to be considered appropriate for services. 
 
Thank you.
 

What services are offered?

Currently, Family Mediation Services are offered in the state of Florida by Vanessa Lech.
 

How and Where are Services Offered?

All Services are Offered Remotely Online.