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Mediation

Mediation

Mediation Experience

Mediation is the process in which a neutral third party works with the parties in conflict to help improve the quality of their interactions from negative and destructive to positive and constructive. Let Roberta Fox Attorney and Counselor at Law aid you in discussing and exploring all issues and possibilities for resolution.

Custody Mediation

In custody mediation, a mediator may assist parents who are in conflict to make progress in their case. Parents may choose to:
  • Develop a framework for communication
  • Develop parenting plans
  • Make parenting decisions
  • Define their legal relationship
  • Define their personal relationship
  • Improve parenting relationships
  • Integrate significant others into their children’s lives
  • Develop ways to manage problems
  • Whatever parenting issues they wish to discuss

Assistance During Divorce

In divorce mediation, a mediator may assist the litigants to:
  • Develop a parenting access plan
  • Develop ways to manage the parties’ financial resources
  • Develop a framework for distributing assets and managing debt
You may choose to engage in this mediation process with your respective attorneys.
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Mediating Potential Negative Conflicts

Typically, the relationship of litigants who are in conflict may have:
  • Little or no communication
  • Miscommunication
  • Misunderstandings
  • Intrusion and alliances of others
  • External decisions and solutions

When your conflict is mediated constructively, it can be an opportunity for growth and change. This can hopefully encourage both parties involved to feel:
  • Calmer
  • Clearer
  • More competent
  • More organized
  • More decisive
  • More resourceful
  • Greater sense of inner strength
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Improving Relationships

With the help of a mediator in your case, you may feel more open, attentive, responsive and reflective and may appreciate the other party's perspective on the case.

When you are able to manage your conflicts constructively, you may have a more workable relationship with:
  • Improved communication
  • Respect for each other’s roles and contributions
  • Respect for each other’s personal boundaries
  • Improved ability to make joint decisions
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Call Roberta Fox today at 516-671-3807 to see if your legal problems can be solved via mediation.

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