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Florida Certified Circuit Civil Court Mediator, Attorney at Law   

 
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A Mediator's Duties

A MEDIATOR’S DUTIES

The rules regulating mediation may be found in Chapter 44 of the Florida Statutes at: (http//www.leg.state.fl.us/statutes) As a mediator, I will do the following:

1. I will read all correspondence provided to me by any party, the party’s legal counsel, and any other participant to the dispute, or any court having jurisdiction over the dispute including, but not limited to, notices of scheduling, pleadings, correspondence, exhibits, mediation summaries, and any other instruments or documents reasonably related to the dispute, whether presented before, during, or after the mediation conference. 

2. If requested by any party, the party’s legal counsel, any other participant to the dispute, or any court having jurisdiction over the dispute discuss the background of the dispute subject to all applicable legal and ethical constraints governing the mediation process in the state of Florida.

3. Conduct the mediation conference in accordance with all applicable legal and ethical constraints governing the mediation process in the state of Florida.

4. Assist the parties in preparing a written settlement agreement embodying the terms of settlement upon which the parties have agreed. 

5. Promptly report to the court having jurisdiction over the dispute (if any) the result of the mediation conference and simultaneously furnish a copy of said report to the party or to the party’s legal counsel if represented.  

 

 

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