Florida Supreme Court Certified Mediators

Mediation is "a process whereby a neutral third person called a mediator acts to encourage and facilitate the resolution of a dispute between two or more parties. It is an informal and nonadversarial process with the objective of helping the disputing parties reach a mutually acceptable and voluntary agreement. 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" - Florida Statutes, Chapter 44.1011(2)

 

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Types of Disputes

 

Mediating for circuit civil disputes that are pre-suit or already in litigation including, but not limited to matters in:

Probate

Elder Law

Real Estate

First Party Property

Foreclosure

Contracts

Personal Injury

Employment

Services

 

  • Circuit Civil Mediations

  • Elder Law Mediation and Family Planning

  • Conflict Resolution, Diversity, Equity, and Inclusion Workshops for Businesses

  • Last Call Bar Exam Retaker Coaching

Mediator Profiles

Certified by the Florida Supreme Court

Rules for Certified and Court-Appointed Mediators

 

The Florida Supreme Court Standing Committee on Mediation created a set of ethical standards for Florida mediators and procedural rules for mediations.

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Chapter 44

FLORIDA STATUTES

MEDIATION ALTERNATIVES TO JUDICIAL ACTION
 

This chapter of the Florida Statutes governs Mediators and provides information about the requirements necessary for alternative dispute resolution proceedings.