Palm Beach County Divorce Attorney: Insights to Palm Beach Divorce Mediation

Avoid a costly, stressful, time-consuming court battle with a professional divorce-mediation attorney.

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Many people tend to think that divorce starts and ends with a complex, costly legal battle. And while every divorce is different, we’re here to tell you this is not your only option.

The truth is, divorce is a painful process in most cases. It may be difficult to imagine your divorce ending on amicable terms. Still, divorce mediation can be a faster, affordable, more peaceful alternative to a legal battle—and it is a required step in the divorce process in the state of Florida.

By choosing to participate in pre-suit mediation, control is in your hands rather than a judge who knows nothing of your family’s true needs or goals. 

So, what should you expect from your divorce mediation process?

At Morgan Divorce Law Firm, we’ll start with you, your family, and the unique circumstances of your divorce… 

20+ Years of Professional, Peaceful Divorce Mediation

Andrea Morgan

“Who’s In Your Corner?”
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Andrea has been helping families in the Palm Beach County area and across Florida find a better way through the divorce process for over 20 years.
Having been through a difficult divorce herself, Andrea is passionate about helping families avoid the pain, anxiety, and financial burden of divorce litigation.

How Does Divorce Mediation Work?

Divorce or paternity mediation encourages a respectful, open dialogue between you and your spouse to resolve conflicts and finalize proceedings effectively. This proactive form of conflict resolution allows flexibility throughout the process while controlling the outcome—often in a single session.

Andrea Morgan can help you make it happen. Her team understands the importance of supporting you and your spouse in a neutral, private environment. As we mentioned earlier, our process starts with understanding your divorce and what you need to find a  resolution with minimal conflict as possible.

We recognize divorce mediation is often the “last chance” before costly, painful legal proceedings, and we’re committed to maintaining a mediation process that provides the best possible outcome for you and your family.

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Seeking Divorce Mediation in Palm Beach County?

We’re Here to Help. See what divorce can look like with qualified mediation…

  • Start getting back on track sooner
  • Save thousands on legal fees and court costs
  • Maintain a more positive relationship with your family
  • Avoid months or years of litigation
  • Seek closure with minimal stress and anxiety
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What Do We Discuss During Divorce Mediation?

The spouses and/or co-parents meet with one of our experienced mediators to discuss the issues  in their case. All of our discussions are entirely private and confidential.

Typically, we’ll work through issues including…

  • Property and asset division
  • Disagreements about the equity in the marital home and the fair value of marital assets
  • Spousal support
  • Child support
  • Resolution of parental responsibility (custody)
  • Parental time-sharing (visitation)
  • Post-dissolution modifications to an existing final judgment.

Keep in mind that this is a short list—our divorce mediators will discuss every single detail of your divorce unique to your case to ensure an amicable outcome for you and your family.

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What is the Mediator’s Role?

As experts in divorce law and paternity, negotiation and resolution, our mediators will help you focus on your future. This is paramount—we can tell you with absolute certainty that
concentrating on past or present conflicts are counter-productive to the overall interests of all involved parties.

Our experienced mediators will analyze the legal issues that exist in your case and guide you through the process, step by step. The number #1 goal for every single one of our divorce mediators is to help you find a solution without going to court.

We do our utmost to avoid litigation, but a court case can’t always be avoided. Thus, if a complete agreement cannot be reached, the issues that we’ve resolved are put in writing, thereby cutting costs before you file in court. Any remaining, unresolved terms of your divorce may be resolved by a judge.

Let’s Find a Peaceful Resolution to Your Divorce, Together.

I’m Andrea Morgan, your divorce attorney here in South & Central Florida

I work with Floridians to help them resolve their divorce processes as effortlessly and painlessly as possible. Because I’m a part of this community, I take care of my fellow Floridians.

I’m not focused on billing more hours or getting a big paycheck. I’ve been through a painful, litigated divorce. I recognize the consequences of neglecting a pre-suit resolution, and I am passionate about helping Florida’s families avoid the financial, emotional, and physical toll of a lengthy divorce.

Instead of asking for a large retainer then once that’s depleted, sending you exorbitant monthly bills, I only charge flat fees for bundled services. Meaning you always know up front, in writing, what you are paying for, exactly how much, and for exactly how long. You will never once receive a surprise bill from Morgan Divorce Law Firm.

I’m ready to provide the representation and attention you deserve while taking every opportunity to guide you through this process with minimal stress and anxiety. This commitment has helped me gain a solid 5-star rating with my clients in the Palm Beach County area and beyond.

Wondering if your case is eligible for my representation?
Give me a call! I’d be happy to chat with you.

My initial consultations are free with no obligation.

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