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Managing Family Law Mediation Participants 101 (Joint Program with the Family Law Section)

December 8, 2022 @ 12:00 pm – 1:30 pm
Live GoToWebinar

12–1:30 PM live audio webcast. Learn how to develop and navigate an efficient strategy when conducting a family law mediation involving numerous participants—including professionals who commonly attend mediation. Additionally, party management, identification of who is/is not permitted to attend mediation (and under what circumstances), paraprofessionals, translators, victim advocates, therapist co-mediators, and the advantages/disadvantages of each participant.

Course Number 6794 is approved for 1.5 General CLE credits; 1.5 Marital & Family Law certification credit. Registrants have 90-day, on-demand access. Joint CLE program with the Family Law Section of The Florida Bar. REGISTER

12:00 PM – 12:10 PM
Welcome and Introductions
Anastasia J. Mahone, Esq.
Tina El Fadel, Esq.

12:10 PM – 12:26 PM
Management of Mediation Participants: Mediator’s Perspective
Former Magistrate Barbara Beilly, Esq.

12:26 PM – 12:42 PM
Participation in Mediation as a Guardian Ad Litem
Former Magistrate Temi Zeitenberg, Esq.

12:42 PM – 12:58 PM
Participation in Mediation as a Forensic Accountant
Ari Harper, CPA, ABV, CFE

12:58 PM – 1:14 PM
Participation in Mediation as a Litigator
Tina Lewert, Esq.

1:14 PM – 1:30 PM
Questions and Answers
Anastasia J. Mahone, Esq.
Tina El Fadel, Esq.