Matthew Brickman Answers If Your Mediator Can Give You Legal Advice
Matthew Brickman discusses if a family divorce mediator can give legal advice the way a lawyer or attorney would during mediation.
By: iMediate Inc.
He explained, "The mediator may know the law but to offer legal advice - he can't. Otherwise you can be charged with unauthorized practice of law."
His full comments can be seen in the video below:
A family mediator can explain how a judge in a court of law may view their case but must always remain a neutral third-party who uses his or her best efforts to help parties reach a mutually beneficial agreement to their dispute. The mediator is the facilitator of the conversation that leads to a resolution.
Matthew Brickman mediates matters on a variety of matters and disputes such as:
- Child Support
- Spousal Support
- Child Custody
- Parenting Plans
- Prenuptial Agreements
- Postnuptial Agreements
- HOA disputes
- Business disputes
- Contract disputes
- Contested divorces
- Uncontested divorces
- Simple divorces
- Complex divorces
- Family disputes of almost any type
About Matthew Brickman:
Matthew Brickman has been certified by the Supreme Court of Florida as a county civil family mediator who has worked in the 15th and 19th Judicial Circuit Courts since 2009 and 2006 respectively. He is also an appellate certified mediator who has mediated a variety of small claims, civil, and family cases that number in the hundreds. Read his Customer Reviews.
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