Simmons Perrine Moyer Bergman PLC
Attorney and Mediator
Comments on Profession
Family law mediation is a non-adversarial procedure that helps families resolve disputes. While mediation is not a substitute for the services of an attorney, it is designed to allow parties to remain in control of the negotiating process and to make their own decisions. Mediation is a pro-family approach to resolving disputes because it balances the power struggles, gives parties final say in their own affairs, provides for informed choices, limits the negative byproducts of the adversarial process, spares otherwise unnecessary litigation, and saves parties money.
B.A. 1999, Political Science, Western Illinois University J.D. 2003, University of Iowa College of Law
Areas of Training
Family Law, including child custody, child and spousal support, determining the marital estate, valuation and division of all forms of marital property, domestic violence, and mediation techniques.
Partner at Simmons Perrine Moyer Bergman PLC. Licensed to practice law in 2003. Represent clients in litigated cases and serve as a mediator in child custody, visitation, marital property valuation and division, child and spousal support, and other civil matters.
Date of Initial Mediation Training
Mediation Training Hours
$137.50 per hour per party, unless agreement between parties to share costs differently. This includes the time in session and drafting a mediation summary, if agreements are reached. No minimum flat charge or administrative fee.
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