Kennedy, Gelner, Cronk & Waterman, PC
Attorney and Mediator
Comments on Profession
I believe that the court system is ill-equipped to fashion lasting solutions to problems encountered by families, especially where children are involved. Mediation provides the parties with a forum in which they can decide for themselves what arrangements will best suit their needs.
B.A., University of Iowa, 2001 (Philosophy and Political Science). J.D., University of Iowa College of Law, 2004.
Areas of Training
Have received mediation training in all aspects of family law, including child custody and visitation, child support, spousal support, property division, and domestic violence.
Practice primarily in Divorce and Child Custody. Licensed in Iowa and Illinois. Member of International Academy of Collaborative Professionals and Collaborative Lawyers of Eastern Iowa.
Date of Initial Mediation Training
Mediation Training Hours
No charge for initial telephone interview with each party, including answering any questions the parties may have about the process. No charge for preparation of all documents related to the mediation, including the memorandum of issues provided to the parties or their attorneys following the mediation. $125 per person for the first hour, $100 per person for each subsequent hour, including any additional hours scheduled at a future date.
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