Our mission is to provide quality divorce & family mediation services at an affordable cost. We adhere to the premise that a family experiencing conflict ought to have an opportunity to explore solutions to these issues in a private, confidential setting. Further, to be provided an opportunity to seek solutions to these difficult problems in a creative and cost effective manner.
We tailor our mediation service to each families unique situation. Our pricing is flexible depending on the need of the family at the time. We will usually accommodate sliding scale pricing to our clients.
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Our Neutral Facilitators helps in conflict explore options, improve communication, and find a settlement that works for everyone involved. That’s why we offer free consultations.
FOUNDER / neutral facilitator
Chris Tyler, MBA
Chris is an Florida Registered Divorce & Family Mediator. He mediates various types of family disputes, such as Divorce, Parenting Time, Co-Parenting Conflicts, Same Sex Couples, and Estate Planning. He has specialized training in Conflict Resolution and Consensus Building from Florida International University. As a Tax Consultant for the past 13 years, he understand the importance of adhering to tax codes and laws. He spent 5 years as an Adjunct Professor at West Georgia College where he taught Computer Science and Accounting courses. Additionally, served as a Case Manager in Metro Atlanta Schools for 3 years. He is comfortable providing hands-on training to both large and small groups. Beyond his experience, he believe his greatest strengths are his strong work ethic and his ability to build positive relationships and communicate effectively. You will find him to be focused, professional, disciplined, and a neutral facilitator.
FLorida international university
Graduate Certificate in Conflict Resolution and Consensus Building
Certified Legal Specialties
Certified Family Law Mediator, Supreme Court of Florida
Keller Graduate School Management
Master in Business (MBA) in Accounting
Bachelor of Science in Computer Science