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Rezolo Divorce & Family Mediation
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Our mission is to provide quality divorce & family mediation services at an affordable cost. We adhere to the premise that a family experiencing conflict ought to have an opportunity to explore solutions to these issues in a private, confidential setting. Further, to be provided an opportunity to seek solutions to these difficult problems in a creative and cost-effective manner. We tailor our mediation service to each families unique situation. Our pricing is flexible depending on the need of the family at the time. We will usually accommodate sliding scale pricing to our clients.
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- What should the customer know about your pricing (e.g., discounts, fees)?Rezolo Divorce Fees: $300.00 The charge to file the petition in any State jurisdiction for example is $408 plus $10 for each defendant served. These fees are payable directly to the court and are apart from Rezolo fees. Mediation - 1. Initiation Fee: Each Party is charged a $75.00 non-refundable initiation fee upon signing the agreement to mediate. Includes preparation for mediation; negotiating between parties prior to and between mediation sessions; telephone calls with parties or their attorneys; reading and/or preparation of documents; and any other activities requested by the participants. 2. The mediator’s hourly rate is $100.00 per hour / per party. The fees for each session are processed upon confirmation of schedule. Mediation sessions are scheduled in two (2) hour increments. charged as a block of time whether used in part or in whole. A $25 facility fee is charged per party per hour when separate mediation rooms are requested. At the end of each mediation session, the current balance for the above services owed shall be paid, as well as fees for services anticipated to be performed between mediation sessions. Such amounts shall be paid irrespective of whether or not the mediation reaches a successful conclusion. Cancellations and Rescheduling: To avoid cancellation fees, a mediation needs to be canceled at least five (5) business days in advance. If a mediation is not canceled within this timeframe, a cancellation fee of $200.00 will be billed. 3. Outstanding Balances and Collections: Rezolo shall not be required to provide any award, decision or work product produced by a mediator or arbitrator until all charges and fees are paid. Outstanding balances payable to Rezolo are subject to a compounding monthly interest rate of 2%. Parties agree to pay any fees or costs incurred by Rezolo to collect any outstanding amounts owed by the client. Such fees and costs may include, but shall not be limited to, collection agency commissions, fees or charges; attorney fees and costs; and court costs. A minimum of $200.00 will be accessed to all accounts that are assigned for collections.
- What is your typical process for working with a new customer?Using mediation for divorce allows couples to settle their differences like adults rather than fighting like children while avoiding litigation in court. There are many divorce mediation benefits. Here are just a few... Peaceful: Just because a couple has made the decision to end their marriage doesn't mean their divorce has to become a war. Divorce mediators help the parties attack problems, not each other - focusing on respectful dialog and finding agreement and solutions that benefit both spouses and their family. Enabling couples to have a peaceful and amicable divorce. Fair and Equitable: The terms of the divorce settlement are fair because they are reached and agreed to by both spouses. One spouse cannot "win" at the expense of the other as resolutions must emerge from the mediation process with a fair divorce settlement created and acceptable to both parties. Less Expensive: Divorce mediation costs a fraction of a lawyer-driven divorce. Better for Your Children: Children aren’t caught in the middle of a confrontational litigated divorce. Instead, parents work together to resolve the issues with the children’s best interests in mind. A non-adversarial approach fosters more agreement, better parenting plans, and a better co-parenting relationship. Better for Results: Couples who mediate are more satisfied with the results. And child and spousal support payments are more likely to be paid because they were mutually agreed upon. Dignified: Instead of the cold, traditional divorce process through the courts where a couple is treated like a case file or docket number, mediation is a kinder, more human process. Divorce mediators enable the parties to end their marriage while maintaining self-respect and dignity. Private and Confidential: In litigated divorces, everything submitted to the family law court is part of the public record, whereas, in a mediation session, everything is private and confidential. No one will know what's being discussed except the two spouses and his or her divorce mediator. Faster: The pace of the process is controlled by the parties, instead of being at the mercy of lawyers' or a judge's schedule. Regardless of whether you’re the initiator of the proceedings or a reluctant spouse, you have a choice in which path forward you take.
- What education and/or training do you have that relates to your work?FLORIDA INTERNATIONAL UNIVERSITY Graduate Certificate in Conflict Resolution and Consensus Building CERTIFIED LEGAL SPECIALTIES Certified Family Law Mediator, Supreme Court of Florida KELLER GRADUATE SCHOOL MANAGEMENT Master in Business (MBA) in Accounting TROY UNIVERSITY Bachelor of Science in Computer Science
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