The courts have recognized the crucial value of using mediation as an component of litigation, and have implemented mandatory mediation in all family law cases filed with the courts. Whether you have an attorney representing your interests or not, chances are you will end up in mediation. The mediator, acting as a neutral third party promotes the empowerment of the spouses to take charge of the future of their family and make decisions amongst themselves, instead of being determined by the Court.
……and mediation is appropriate for divorcing couples with and without attorneys.
Deborah Beylus has been appointed to the Mediator Qualifications and Discipline Review Board (MQDRB).
"It is an honor to serve my fellow mediators and the mediation community."
Administrative Order No. AOSC20-115 In re: Mediator Qualifications and Discipline Review Board
“Deborah Beylus, you are awesome. I highly recommend you to anyone going through a divorce. You are not only professional and knowledgeable but also kind and understanding to both me and my husband. I felt like you were very fair to both of us, and never took sides.”
“Great and great! When I need a tough case settled, you are the mediator to use. Deborah, you are always on top of your game. You are attentive, detail oriented, and thorough and everyone in the room smiles when you speak- even when you bring up difficult or controversial issues. I don’t know how you do it, but you do it. Thank you.”
When it's time for settlement, you and your clients need a mediator who is knowledgeable about the issues in divorce, understands the financials, gets the job done and a mediator who deals only with these type of cases. Whether it is divorce, alimony, custody, or post-judgment issues, allow Deborah Beylus of South Florida Mediation Services to mediate the case to help you negotiate what matters to you and your clients in a balanced manner.
Our entire focus is setting goals for you that can be achieved in a limited time period.
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