TAMPA POST-JUDGMENT MODIFICATION MEDIATION
Alternative Dispute Resolution of Custody or Support Modification
If the current parenting plan is not working or circumstances require a change in financial support, there are two options. You can sit down with your ex to work out a new agreement or you can go before a judge and take your chances.
Modifications of court orders and enforcement actions can be hotly contested, but Attorney Mediator Beth Reineke has helped clients resolve even complex and high-conflict cases. Through mediation and other dispute resolution methods, she helps people avoid the stress and expense of litigation and have more control over the outcome. She believes that all family disputes, however tense or tangled, are readily solvable through mediation. She also can help you with Alimony Modifications and Custody Modifications.
Before You Head to Court, Consider Mediation
Tampa post-judgment modifications mediator attorney Beth Reineke is a Supreme Court Certified family mediator who focuses exclusively on out-of-court solutions in divorce and child custody. Based in Tampa, Florida, we work in Hillsborough, Pinellas and Pasco counties. Arrange a free phone consultation today.
“She mixed her life experience, and legal training, with patience, logic, and persuasion, to move our case forward to a more thoughtful, and peaceful resolution, for everyone involved.”
Tampa Attorney Mediator for Modifying Parenting Plans
A minor temporary change in the parenting schedule does not require a formal modification. For an ongoing, substantial change in physical custody, time sharing, child support or spousal support, it is a good idea to memorialize it in writing to avoid a big legal conflict later.
- If you agree on all issues, Beth Reineke can draft the modification agreement to submit to the court for approval. Modifying custody out of court with a lawyer’s help is faster, easier and more cost-effective than filing a petition and undergoing discovery and a contested hearing.
- Attorney Reineke also offers mediation services if you cannot agree on terms but wish to avoid litigation. She can serve as a neutral facilitator to explore what’s working, what’s not working and various options to resolve all the disputes. She helps anticipate future scenarios you may not have considered, and she ensures that the new agreement is detailed and clear.
Enforcement issues? Even contempt of court cases can be resolved through a mediator or parent coordinator. If a parent is delinquent with child support, not truly sharing the parenting roles, or persistently interfering with visitation, having that person hauled before a judge and held in contempt might get their attention, or it may only make them more belligerent.
Mediation may be more productive. It provides a better forum for addressing the underlying problems and disputes, without raising the stakes or the level of animosity. We truly believe that going to court should always be the last resort.
Supreme Court Certified Mediator
Not all mediators are licensed attorneys - Beth Reineke brings legal experience and practical insights to the mediation process.
Over 3 Decades of Legal Experience
Reineke Mediations has over 3 decades of legal experience in helping families find divorce resolutions.
We believe any aspect of divorce and custody can be resolved without a courtroom fight. Beth Reineke has experience with mediating complex property division, entrenched custody disputes, and high-stakes alimony and child support issues. Reineke Mediations provides creative suggestions, gentle guidance, and reality check wisdom from years of hard work in courtroom wars.
We offer free phone consultations and reasonable rates for mediation, drafting of agreements, preparation of court documents and other mediation services. During your initial consultation, attorney Beth Reineke will discuss the benefits of mediation and alternative dispute resolution (ADR), and whether these methods are the right fit for your situation.