We are reviewing our current applicants for our mediator services. Resumes are available upon request. Contact information is also available upon Request.
Angela Miller, Florida Supreme Court Certified Circuit Civil, Family, Elder Care, and Dependency Mediator #L21000502576. Based in Santa Rosa County, FL. I specialize in military family disputes, foreign spouse marital disputes, and DNA-connected family mediation. My background, education, and personal experiences provide specific skills that complement military, foreign cultural proficiencies, genealogical family communication, and emphatic reasoning needed for complicated dialogue. Additionally, my unique life experiences as a soldier, traveler, resolution counselor and retired educator drive my passion for helping parties in dispute understand their conflict and formulate a plan to transform their relationships.
Kieran Kaur, first recognized the fulfilling nature of family law in 2013 while helping families manage challenging situations through her ongoing work as an observer in the Court Supervised Visitation Program for the Ninth Judicial Circuit Court in Osceola County, Florida. This appreciation of family law was further strengthened through her participation as a Certified Legal Intern at the Children and Families Legal Clinic and as a Certified Guardian ad Litem in Osceola County. Kieran graduated from the University of Central Florida in 2012, where she earned her Bachelor of Science in legal studies. She continued her education thereafter at Barry University School of Law, where she earned her Juris Doctor cum laude in 2015. Her experience in practicing family law with a resolution-oriented approach makes her optimal for dispute resolution. Kieran is a dedicated attorney whose compassion is immersed in every facet of her work. me to add paragraph to your block, write your own text and edit me.
Gary Kloepferis an experienced AAA and FMCS Labor Arbitrator and a general District Court and Workplace Mediator volunteer. I am dedicated to ensuring a fair and consistent application of collective bargaining agreements, rules, policies, procedures, and laws. I possess the excellent intuitive skills necessary to make decisions based on my 38 years of Labor Relations experience and the Dispute Resolution processes and made binding decisions based on the language of collective bargaining agreements, facts, past practices, credibility, the law, and other understandings of the parties relative to the interpretation of the labor agreement or whether preponderance evidence exists to support the final decision in dispute. I possess a first-hand experience, appreciation, and respect for labor-management relations from the employer's, the unions, and the employees’ perspectives. Mr. Kloepfer's passion is resolving workplace disputes through arbitration or mediation. It is that simple. I conduct an orderly hearing, allow the parties' representatives to present their cases, write clear decisions, and get findings out on time. My philosophy is straightforward; an Arbitrator must be neutral, and their decision must be based on the submitted evidence and testimony. An Arbitrator must also interpret the Contract and the parties' bargaining history and practices.
William Baldridge, is a resident of Miami where he is a full-time mediator. He is sixty-four years old and a father of five children and seven grandchildren. He has personally experienced the family court process of divorce in his own life. He is currently married for the last fourteen years. He served in the United States Marines in the mid-seventies. He attended Regent University School of Law where he earned an M.A. in Law with a concentration in Alternative Dispute Resolution/Mediation and graduated with honors. He earned his Bachelor of Science in Human Service from the University of Phoenix. William recently earned Florida Supreme Court Certified Family & Circuit Mediator. William is certified in Texas as well as Florida. He is a member of the following association: the American Bar Association, The Association of South Florida Mediators and Arbitrators, the Florida Academy of Professional Mediators, and the Academy of Professional Family Mediators. William is a Board Certified Advanced Christian Life Coach and a Certified Divorce Coach. William has a strong belief in the mediation process. William understands mediation’s greatest value lies in its potential not only to find solutions to people’s problems but also to change people themselves for the better, in the very midst of conflict
Andrew J. McFeeley is Certified by the Florida Supreme Court as a Mediator in the areas of Circuit Civil, Family Law, and County Courts with over 3000 successful mediations. He has been fortunate enough to resolve most of his cases through a productive blend of facilitative, transformative, and evaluative approaches fitting to each mediation. His style is empathetic and focused on each party’s position through a safe, balanced, and constructive environment where each participant operates at their best to seek solutions and resolve issues. He is well-versed in conflict resolution strategies and techniques backed by over two decades of progressive education and experience. He currently sits on the mediation panels with the Florida Division of Financial Services (DFS) and Florida's Ninth Judicial Circuit Court while continuing educational efforts that focus on important aspects such as diversity, culture, and equality to economic factors.
Jill E. Scott, has 20+years working to resolve conflicts within community settings, addressing workplace related disputes, mediating family reunification processes, supporting marriage and family dynamics, and in liaison services within various legal arenas. While working as a Counselor, Parenting Coordinator, Community Resolution Provider, Family Coordinator, Social Investigator, and Florida Supreme Court Certified Mediator. A graduate of Nova Southeastern’s Master’s degree program in Science and Instruction in 2008, Lamar University’s Master’s in Guidance processes 2013, Lamar University’s Master’s in Mental Health Counseling 2015, American College of Education Master’s in Administration 2016, University of Central Florida Bachelor's Degree, Jill comes prepared with a multidimensional approach, built with a strong educational foundation in preparation, and through applying gained abilities in resolution services. This makes Jill very capable to provide a well rounded skill set, as she stands at the helm in support of resolution for all parties. Jill continues to be successful at supporting the resolution of conflicts within the workplace, family disputes with time sharing, custody issues, parenting plans, and financial disagreements. Jill successfully navigates DCF cases, divorce cases, legal issues for individuals and families,seeking to always provide support and strategies for resolving disagreements between parties.
Thomas Caponi , I am a Mediator, with more than 10 years of experience in resolving disputes. I have mediated cases for Illinois’ 16th Judicial District. I have skills in legal research with a thorough knowledge of the court system and negotiated numerous settlements in subrogation cases. I also earned a Bachelor of Science degree from Saint John’s University, and a Professional Mediator Certificate from the prestigious Scheinman Institute on Conflict Resolution at Cornell University. I have a comprehensive knowledge in Title VII of the Civil Rights Act, the Fair Labor Standards Act, the Age Discrimination in Employment Act, the Americans with Disabilities Act, and the Family Medical Leave Act. In addition, I have extensive experience in resolving disputes in Employment, Family, Nuclear Energy, Real Estate and Personal Injury matters. I have been appointed to serve as a Mediator on the following panels: Cornell University Panel of Neutrals, the Nuclear Regulatory Commission, the Center for Conflict Resolution, and the Pacific Mediation Project. I am a member of the association for Conflict Resolution Greater New York Chapter and the Labor and Employment Relations Association.
Lindsey J. Wilson, Prior to attending law school, Lindsey was a family law paralegal for 10 years and criminal defense paralegal for four years. She began practicing law as an attorney in 2018. As babies, Lindsey and her brother were both adopted, which was the driving force in Lindsey’s interest in family law. From her first day in law school, she knew she wanted to become a family law attorney. She remained steadfast throughout her law school studies while also maintaining full-time employment as a paralegal. In addition, she held the position of President of the Veteran Law Students Association and served on the Judicial Board. Lindsey has a passion for protecting victims of domestic violence and sexual assault. In her last year of law school, she interned for Denton County Friends of the Family and assisted with litigation related to victims of violence. She is very detail oriented, taking the time to understand the client’s specific situation and to work toward the best possible outcome, whenever possible resolving issues without resorting to litigation.