Middle Ground Mediation

Middle Ground Mediation

5.0 (1)
2 employees
13 years in business

About this pro

Divorce is hard, and it touches every area of your life. But, like most difficult transitions, it is easier to navigate with someone knowledgeable and compassionate at your side – someone who has been through the process and understands the great emotional, physical and financial.

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  • Brady P.

    I have done business with Kevin for nearly 20 years. I have personally witnessed his honesty and integrity with each transaction we've performed together. He is top notch and a perfect fit for this position!

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What education and/or training do you have that relates to your work?

I received a masters in psychology in 2009 and have had a private family counseling practice since.

Florida Supreme Court Certified Family Mediator 

Florida Supreme Court Certified County Mediator 

Florida State Notary 

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$100 – Per Hour Per Person – Minimum – 2 Hours

Continuation $50.00 Per Person Per Hour- Minimum 2 Hours


Minimum 2 Hours

Sessions Can Be Reserved By Half-Day Or By A Whole Day.

Payments, Visa, MasterCard, Discover and American Express. 


Must Be Made In Writing (Text or Email) 5 Days Before The Mediation Date. 

How did you get started in this business?

In the 20 years of my counseling practice, I have only had one couple seek divorce - and it was that case that introduced me to the mediation world. 

What types of customers have you worked with?

I have enjoyed working with all ages and lifestyles throughout my years in practice.

What advice would you give a customer looking to hire a pro in your area of expertise?

What is “pre-suit” divorce mediation?


“Pre-suit” divorce mediation is a non-adversarial alternative to divorce litigation. It is a voluntary process chosen by couples who have decided to divorce, but who want to avoid the hassle and financial and emotional costs associated with Court litigation. A couple who chooses pre-suit mediation is choosing to work together with their divorce mediator to resolve all issues related to their divorce.


What does a divorce mediator actually do?


A divorce mediator is a neutral third party who has special training to assist divorcing couples in resolving issues related to their divorce. A professional mediator with 20+ years of family counseling and mediation experience has the added advantage in bridging the obstacles of separating your lives. 


Once an agreement is reached we can assist you by drafting your Marital Settlement Agreement and court documents for filing with the court.

What questions should customers think through before talking to pros about their needs?

Is pre-suit divorce mediation for everyone?


No, pre-suit divorce mediation is not for everyone. Pre-suit divorce mediation presumes that both parties are going to be truthful about their income, assets and liabilities and that both parties have equal bargaining power. If there has been a history of domestic violence, having attorney representation at mediation may be important to equalize the bargaining power of both parties.


 Similarly, if there are hidden assets or income, on-going waste of assets, or if either party is incurring substantial debts, the protections afforded by legal representation and the court system may be your best option. You should consult with an experienced Family Law attorney before beginning divorce mediation if any of these circumstances apply to your case.

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