Thinking About Divorce? Getting a Divorce? or Separated? 

Now, is the time to take control and sort out arrangements with your ex or other family members. Mediation is an alternative dispute resolution method that helps you stay in control.

What is Mediation?

Mediation is a dynamic, confidential, interactive process wherein the parties meet with a mutually selected, impartial and neutral person, who assists them in the negotiation of their differences through the use of specialized communication and negotiation techniques.

What is a Parenting Plan Mediation?

What is a Parenting Plan Mediation? A Parenting Plan Mediation is a voluntary, confidential and private process where a skilled mediator works with you and the other parent to create a time-sharing schedule that is beneficial for your child or children. A Parenting Plan is a written document that outlines how often you and the other parent will divide parental responsibility and make child-related decisions. Some of the issues you will address in your Parenting Plan are:

  •  Allocation of parental responsibility.
  • Decision-making protocols.
  • Day-to-day time-sharing schedule including overnights, weekends, vacations, holidays, summer breaks, travel, and birthdays.
  • Relocation (moving away).
  • Method of technology for communication with the child or children.
  • Method of preferred communication between parents regarding parenting decisions
  • Child support.

The list is limitless as you create your unique, individualized Parenting Plan.

In the state of Florida, a Parenting Plan is required if you have children and are going through the divorce process.

What is a Family Mediation?

Family Mediation is a voluntary, confidential, consensual process that uses a professionally trained, neutral third-party facilitator to help you negotiate your disputes. The advantages of mediation are recognized to be numerous and substantial.

The mediation process addresses the following:

  • Parenting Plan – After your break up, what will be the parenting arrangements for the children?
  • Equitable Distribution – How will your assets and liabilities be divided (i.e. home, personal property, cars, money, debt)?
  • Alimony – Decide on whether there is a need and ability to pay support.
  • Child Support – What will be your child maintenance payments?
  • Everything Else – How will the children keep in touch with their extended family (i.e. grandparents, step families, in-laws)? Anything else that is important for you and other parent.

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  • Control by parties – Ability to remain in charge of the outcome.
  • The likelihood for better results instead of court-made decisions.
  • Voluntary, consensual process.
  • Private and confidential.
  • Greater compliance between the parties.
  • Preservation of relationships between the parties.
  • Reduced time and cost-effective.
  • Less stress and disruptions.

What is Elder Care Mediation?

Elder Care Mediation is a voluntary, private process that addresses the core value of protecting the rights and integrity of seniors. A neutral third party facilitator helps families to address issues such as caregiving for aging parents, estate disputes, safety and health concerns, and sensitive decisions regarding the family home and the best place for older parents to live.

Elder Care Mediation helps seniors and their adult children resolve conflicts regarding:

  • Financial planning
  • Medical decisions
  • Communication
  • Ability to drive a vehicle
  • Issues of independence
  • Guardianship
  • Short versus Long Term Care Concerns
  • Issues of Grief and Loss

And, so much more as you make the right decisions for your loved ones.

“I highly recommend BetsyVázquez. Betsy’s professionalism and dedication to my parenting plan could not go unnoticed. She is an intelligent, detailed-oriented professional and experienced family mediator. I was unbelievably fortunate to have met Betsy at this time in my life. I turned to Betsy to help me prepare my parenting plan, which it was the best decision I had made thus far in my divorce. Betsy listened and understood my concerns and priorities while keeping the children’s best interests in mind. I was so impressed with how detailed and well written my parenting plan is that I cannot recommend her enough. Thank you Betsy for an amazing parenting plan!!”

Tayluma H., Miami, FL


“Ms. Betsy Vázquez, as a neutral facilitator, successfully assisted me with a complex family matter. As an experienced, trained family mediator,
Ms. Vázquez de Rincón helped me with concise issues specifically focused on my situation. She was highly knowledgeable in helping me to identify issues, and this allowed me to view the situation comprehensively and stay focused on the ultimate outcome. As a neutral third person, Ms. Vázquez de Rincón successfully guided me through the process of mediation, presenting various options to achieve a desirable solution. She is an outstanding professional family mediator. She was invaluable in an otherwise challenging time. Without hesitation, I recommend Ms. Vázquez de Rincón to anyone seeking an outstanding Florida Supreme Court Certified Family Mediator!”

A.R., Miami, FL

“Very Professional”
“My experience with Betsy was invaluable, respectful, and affordable for my client. Betsy is an experienced, trained family mediator that brings a refreshing concept of exclusively helping parents create their individualized parenting plan that is in the best interest of the child.  As a neutral facilitator, Betsy has great compassion, understanding, and care in child matters. I would highly recommend Betsy to anyone.”
Pamela Ferretjans, Esq., Miami, FL

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