Sharpes, Florida Arbitration & Mediation Lawyers
Before practicing law, Jessica garnered legal experience through her previous roles as Judicial Assistant to Brevard County Judge David E. Silverman for four years, and as a Civil Litigation Paralegal, Real Estate Paralegal, Certified Notary Signing Agent, Real Estate Agent, Florida Mortgage Broker, Real Estate...
Caring about the wellness and happiness of you and your family.
Empowering parties so that they may divorce or otherwise resolve their disputes with dignity and integrity outside of litigation, providing the basis for a post-divorce civil parenting relationship and gently transitioning the family so as to minimize the amount of emotional damage and psychological trauma to both parents and children. Sometimes couples are not sure divorce is the answer. Ms. Goldfarb makes room in her practice for couples to explore the possibility of staying together or reconciling. Her...
He utilizes his insider knowledge of how insurance companies work, along with his top-notch negotiating skills, to recover against insurance companies of all sizes, even in the most difficult cases.
While his focus is on Accident & Injury Law, his practice also includes Mediation and Family Law.
Personal Injury consultations are free, with no cost to clients until we obtain a recovery. Consultation and/or hourly fees...
Orlando, FL 32801
Western Michigan University Cooley Law School and University of California, Berkeley School of Law
Mark L. Van Valkenburgh has been practicing law in Central Florida since 1995. The vast majority of his practice has been in the area of employment law. While he has won significant jury trials on behalf of plaintiffs and defendants, his practice now focuses on helping employers proactively avoid litigation. Services include:
• Drafting, review and revising of Employee Handbooks and other policies which not only comply with the law but are customized to your business.
• Negotiating and drafting Employment Agreements.
• Negotiating and drafting Confidentiality, Non-Solicitation and Non-Compete Agreements.
• Flat fee retainer arrangements to respond to employers’ unlimited telephone calls and e-mails of...
About 1/2 of my practice is devoted to working with families in divorce, custody and paternity cases.
I've also worked with the U.S. Postal Service REDRESS program and as a panel mediator for EEOC.
As a graduate of the Key Bridge Foundation's Mediation Training Program (sponsored by the U.S. Department of Justice) I mediate issues involving the Americans...
Richard has a proven history in the representation of numerous professional athletes and other public figures with the utmost regard for protecting his clients from media exposure and overly invasive discovery practices. Richard is committed to the prompt resolution of...
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