Do you want to get your business seen by potential customers? With the right local SEO strategy, you can get your website ranking in search engine results and start generating traffic – potential leads – to your business. There is no one-size-fits-all approach when it comes to local SEO, but our guide is designed to … Continue reading Local SEO Tips for Mediators to get ranked in 2023
On December 13, 2022, the Committee on Alternative Dispute Resolution Rules and Policy filed a petition with the Florida Supreme Court to amend the Rules for Qualified and Court-Appointed Parenting Coordinators, Part II Standards of Professional Conduct. The amendments offer timely updates and clarifications to the ethical standards governing parenting coordinators. The petition is styled In … Continue reading Rules Petition
Why is contract mediation or arbitration necessary in Florida?
You will likely experience a contract dispute in Florida if you are a business owner. While contract disputes can be complex and frustrating, there are ways to resolve them without going to court. One such way is mediation, and the other is arbitration. This blog post will cover the use of both in ADR in … Continue reading Why is contract mediation or arbitration necessary in Florida?
Out-of-Court Settlements for Divorces in Florida
Divorce is a legal procedure of terminating the marriage. Regardless of the reasons for ending the matrimony, divorce always comes with strong emotions, such as stress, anxiety, and resentment. When children are involved, divorce-related challenges multiply. Seeing parents go their separate ways is a painful experience that often leaves deep psychological scars. In addition to … Continue reading Out-of-Court Settlements for Divorces in Florida
WHEREAS, Florida has been a leader in recognizing and promoting mediation as an alternative to litigation; and WHEREAS, administrative agencies and court programs use mediation to effectively and efficiently resolve disputes; and WHEREAS, mediation empowers individuals to develop solutions to conflict that are tailored to their particular needs; and WHEREAS, mediation increases the use of … Continue reading Mediation Week
How Can SEO Help Mediators Stand Out Online?
As a mediator, you know the importance of reaching an agreement that works for both parties. Search Engine Optimization (SEO) is very similar. It’s about creating a win-win situation for you and your potential clients. With SEO, you can put yourself ahead of the competition and attract more clients to your mediation business. Most people … Continue reading How Can SEO Help Mediators Stand Out Online?
How to resolve homeowners’ association disputes in Florida
If you live in a planned community in Florida, you are likely a member of a homeowners association (HOA). These organizations are responsible for maintaining the community’s common areas and enforcing the rules outlined in the governing documents. While HOAs can provide many benefits to residents, they can also be a source of conflict. If … Continue reading How to resolve homeowners’ association disputes in Florida
Deborah Beylus Speaks at the 30th Florida DRC Conference
Deborah Beylus, a distinguished South Florida Certified Family Mediator and educator, will be speaking at the 30th Annual Florida DRC Conference, ADR: Improving the Resolution of Civil Cases, on August 11-13 at the Rosen Centre in Orlando, FL. Hosted by the Florida Dispute Resolution Center (DRC), Office of the State Courts Administrator, the conference gathers practitioners … Continue reading Deborah Beylus Speaks at the 30th Florida DRC Conference
Business Mediation: The Best Solution for Small Businesses to Avoid Costly Litigation
Small businesses are the backbone of the American economy. According to statistics, small businesses account for more than half of all private sector jobs in the United States. They also contribute more than $2 trillion annually to the economy. So it’s no surprise that small businesses are always looking for new and innovative ways to … Continue reading Business Mediation: The Best Solution for Small Businesses to Avoid Costly Litigation
Chief judge extends Covid relaxed rules for mediations to June 30,2022
Dear Certified Mediator, The Court has issued an administrative order relating to several alternative dispute resolution (ADR) items which continue to address operational issues related to the pandemic. The order extends a limited number of provisions authorized in April 2020 and December 2020. Link to AOSC20-24 Amendment 2 Highlights of the order include: suspending the … Continue reading Chief judge extends Covid relaxed rules for mediations to June 30,2022