How do mediating spouses protect their legal rights in Florida?

Mediating spouses protect their rights in Florida by first and foremost doing their homework. Prior to attending mediation, you and your attorney should engage in what's called mandatory disclosure, which is an exchange of documents between you and your spouse, which detail your financial picture. Once you attend mediation, things are kept confidential that are said at mediation. The mediator is bound by the rules of confidentiality and cannot tell the court what goes on in mediation, unless there are allegations of things such as child abuse. Otherwise, what happens at mediation stays as mediation.

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