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Please contact the Mediation Department in your county to request an in person mediation. The Family Mediation Program provides Florida Supreme Court Family Certified Mediators to help disputing parties with open court cases.
Mediation costs Parents with a combined annual income of $50,000 or less pay $60 each per session. Parents with combined incomes between $50,000 and $100,000 pay $120 each per session. Parents with combined incomes above $100,000 must hire a private mediator.
Private mediation sessions with unrepresented couples are usually set in 2-3 hour blocks. Most couples resolve their disputes in their first session with the mediator, but some couples require additional mediation sessions to work out their differences.
Florida law sets the cost for court-connected mediation: $60 per person for each session when a couple's annual income is less than $50,000, or. $120 per person for each session when the combined income is more than $50,000 but less than $100,000.
Q: Is a mediation agreement binding? Yes. The goal of mediation is to incorporate all decisions into a Separation Agreement. If the Separation Agreement is in writing, dated, signed by the parties and witnessed then it becomes a valid, enforceable and binding contract between them.
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Most mediation companies will quote their fees per person per hour or per person per session. This is because in most cases each party will pay for their own fees for the duration of the service. It means that each party then has a vested interest in progressing matters and getting to an agreement.
Mediation agreements are enforceable:If you reach an agreement in mediation, that agreement must be put into writing and signed by the parties. The written agreement becomes a legally binding document (contract), which is enforceable by the court.
If you decline the invitation to mediation and the case goes to court, the judge or magistrates are quite likely to ask you why you did not attend mediation. If you do not have a good reason for declining, it could reflect badly on you at court.
As per the Arbitration and Conciliation Act and the Commercial Court Act, mediation agreements have the same standing as an arbitral award, and therefore can be challenged under the same reasons as arbitration awards.
The cost disadvantage of mediation is that it can still be expensive and not result in a resolution. A simple negotiation between the parties can resolve a dispute for free; but, employing counsel to represent the parties at mediation and employing the mediator can cost significant money.

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