Soren Law Group - Mediation Services on Staten Island, New York
Frequently Asked Questions
NYC Mediation Services for Family Law Cases
Custody and Visitation Mediation – If you are involved in a custody dispute, mediation can help you reach an agreement that is in your child’s best interests. We will work with you to create a parenting plan that outlines each parent’s responsibilities and schedules for child visitation. But If you want to submit a petition or summons for child custody or visitation, our child custody lawyer can help you prepare the paperwork and represent you in court.
Child Support Mediation – Child support mediation can help parents reach an agreement on the amount of child support that should be paid. Child support payments are typically made by the non-custodial parent to the custodial parent. Negotiations in child support mediation can help you determine the appropriate amount of child support, taking into account the needs of the child and the ability of the parent to pay.
Legal Separation Mediation – Couples who are considering legal separation can use mediation to negotiate the terms of their agreement. Being legally separated does not mean that you are divorced. You will still be married but live separately and have separate financial lives. Relationships change over time, and legal separation can be a way to give you and your spouse some space.
Prenuptial Agreement Mediation – If you are considering a prenuptial agreement, mediation can help you and your fiance reach an agreement on the terms of your agreement. Mediation can help you discuss your finances and develop a prenuptial agreement that is fair and meets the needs of both parties. A nuptial attorney can help you understand the law and ensure that your agreement is enforceable.
Paternity Mediation – Paternity cases often involve disputes about child custody and visitation. Mediation can help parties resolve these issues so that they can move forward with their lives. If you are involved in a paternity dispute and would like to explore mediation as an option, contact Soren Law Group. Settlements reached in paternity mediation are binding and can be enforceable in court.