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About Deborah R. Beylus

Deborah Beylus is a Florida Supreme Court Certified Family Mediator specializing in the financial and Relationship matters that are unique to divorce. She has a background in finance and banking, a certification in Divorce Financial Analysis and a wide range of experiences from within the family, civil, and dependency courts. Deborah is a Certified Divorce Financial Analyst™ and received her certification from The Institute for Divorce Financial Analysts (IDFA™), which is the premier national organization dedicated to the certification, education and promotion of the use of financial professionals in the divorce arena. Born and raised in New York, Deborah has lived in South Florida for over twenty years, spending much of this time working within the legal system. With over thirty years of financial industry experience, Deborah is able to quickly gauge the financial landscape of each case. Deborah is committed to sharing information that helps couples avoid long-term regret with financial decisions made during the divorce process. Her clients benefit from her ability to analyze financial data, develop budgets, and manage financial expectations. She is a Florida Supreme Court Subject Matter Specialist and trains mediators on the financial issues in family mediation. Additionally, Deborah has mediated thousands of divorces, successfully assisting in conflict management and transformation. Deborah’s work as a mediator is geared towards encouraging the navigation of transitions from the current circumstances towards the ideal ones. This work lets her tap into what she’s learned from her own and others’ life experiences.

Top Ten Reasons Mediation is Useful in Settling Family Cases in Florida

1. Mediation is often required by court ordered. In most family law cases, the presiding judge will send the parties in family matters to mediation parties before trial and during pending litigation at least once. Depending on the judge, often cases are sent to mediation multiple times during litigation. Mediation is popular with the courts … Continue reading Top Ten Reasons Mediation is Useful in Settling Family Cases in Florida