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Set Mediation Date
by: FALDP Staff

The actual procedures vary among the different counties and circuits. You may need to file a Motion and Notice for Family Mediation; the clerks may schedule it for you; or there may be a pro se liaison that will assist you in scheduling. We were not able to find the specific motion on the Florida Supreme Court's site - www.flcourts.org. We suggest that you visit the clerk of court, and ask the question. If they are not able to help you, find out if you can visit the Mediation Coordinator or Director for assistance in scheduling. If you find you need to file a motion and cannot find the specific form - you can download an all purpose family law pro se motion form here - https://www.faldp.org/free-legal-forms.html

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