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OMG specializes in all aspects of divorce mediation and marital mediation. Our practice covers every aspect of divorce and paternity cases including child custody, parenting time, and all financial matters. We offer a personalized service, which addresses the specific needs and interests of each party, recognizing every case is different.

Divorce mediation is even more relevant during these difficult economic times with the need to look at costs and realistic options that are workable in each particular set of circumstances. Divorce mediation does not need to be a long, drawn-out process. emotional stress frequently associated with disputes.

Marital Mediation is a practical alternative for couples who wish to stay married and work on resolving disputes within their marriage. OMG assists the parties to be creative problem solvers and develop a concrete plan on moving forward together. 


When divorced or divorcing parents don’t agree on making major decisions about their child, and conflict is heightened, a parent coordinator can be appointed to resolve conflicts. The parent coordinator helps the couple learn to coparent effectively and ultimately make final decisions if needed.

The professionals at Orlando Mediation Group have experience in serving as parent coordinators who have been appointed through a consent order, or by order directly from a judge. Parent coordinators generally work with both parents, getting updates about the health of co-parenting relationship, problems with interactions between and couple, and decisions that the couple is having a difficult time coming to an agreement over. Parent Coordinators assist the couple in resolving their disputes. In many cases, the court order appointing a parent coordinator will specify areas that the parent coordinator can serve as an arbitrator.


Guardian ad Litem are child advocates that represent the best interest of children in court who have been victim of abuse, abandonment or neglect.


An informal and nonadversarial process whereby a neutral third person called a mediator acts to encourage and facilitate the resolution of a dispute between two or more parties. In mediation, decisionmaking authority rests with the parties. The role of the mediator includes, but is not limited to, assisting the parties in identifying issues, fostering joint problem solving, and exploring settlement alternatives.


Elder Law Family Planning

Elder mediation can assist families with issues such as caregiving for aging parents, safety and health concerns, family assets, and decisions regarding the the best place for parents to live. One of the core values of Elder mediation is the protection of the rights and integrity of seniors. Here are some articles that help to explain Elder mediation:

Mediation - The Savvy Choice by Morna Ellis

For Senior Caregivers, Mediation Is Often a Must by Stephen Fritsch


Conflict in the workplace is common and completely normal, but business owners are not always aware of how it is affecting their bottom line. Our workshops are customized for your specific business and issues with conflict. See some facts and figures below:

Workplace Conflict: Facts and Figures


Our attorneys are active in the Florida Alternate Dispute Resolution community. We have presented at the annual DRC Conference and if you or your organization is interested in having one of our attorneys speak to your group, we would be happy to discuss your needs.

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