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Florida Mediator Ponders Whether Sides Should Tell All
Florida Mediator Ponders Whether Sides Should Tell All Question: Is it better during mediation to just be straightforward about where you would like to end up or is it better to ease into it? Sandy Says: I believe it is better to ease into it. I think that a certain amount of processing needs to be ... Read More

Dissolution, Divorce at a Discounted Cost
Dissolution, Divorce at a Discounted Cost Money is often at the heart of the discussion between a wife and husband who are divorcing. Mediation can offer advantages, but a divorce attorney must know how to bring the parties to the table. Here are a couple of ideas from Sandy. Read More

Florida Bar's Campaign to Educate Voters When Florida voters go to the polls this November to pick a president, they’ll also be asked to decide on races that will get much less fanfare: whether to retain three Florida Supreme Court justices and 15 appellate court justices in various regions... Read More

Florida’s Foreclosure Mediation Program – A flower or a weed? Boy has the Residential Mortgage Foreclosure Mediation Program in Florida come under fire lately.  This morning I read a blog written by Roger... Read More

Top 10 Ways to Botch Up a Mediation
Top 10 Ways to Botch Up a Mediation As mediation counsel at Upchurch Watson White and Max I obviously believe wholeheartedly in alternative dispute resolution and the stress that... Read More

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