When it comes to family law issues, David W. Veliz is ready to provide the expert legal representation you need. As a state-certified mediator, attorney Veliz can assist families in their attempt to settle disputes involving child custody, visitation rights, divorce and other matters without proceeding to a court trial. Our expert team will work aggressively to protect your interests and reduce the emotional stress that your family may experience.
Call the law office of David W. Veliz at (321) 332-0054 for a legal consultation.
Our professionalism and caring approach has helped us earn the trust of many clients for more than 20 years. Whether you’re dealing with a divorce, visitation or child custody case, we can help you reach a fair settlement with our mediation services. If you are struggling to reach an agreement on any family law matter, call David W. Veliz at (321) 332-0054 today.
Greater Orlando, Altamonte Springs, Daytona Beach, Melbourne and Pine Hills
Family law issues are some of the most complex issues an individual can face. Almost all family law disputes, such as divorce, paternity, child custody, visitation, child support, alimony, marital property division, relocation and modification, can be resolved without going to court. As a Family Law Mediator certified in Florida, David W. Veliz is qualified to aide parties in their attempt to reconcile these family law matters.
Mediation is a discreet, non-adversarial process to resolve issues with the assistance of an impartial third party. The function of the mediator is to facilitate communication between the parties, help them identify and focus on the real issue of the dispute, and recommend options for settlement. Instead of the judge, authority doesn’t reside with the mediator, but with the parties striving to resolve the dispute. The agreement reached by the parties is included into the final judgment, or court order, and is subject to the consent of the court.
The possible advantages of mediation include the following:
If you or someone you know is in need of the assistance of a certified family law mediator, contact David W. Veliz today.
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