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I also serve as an alternative dispute resolution neutral and have been selected by litigants to serve as mediator in numerous cases. I am certified as a mediator by the United States District Court for the Western District of Pennsylvania. I also am on the national arbitrator rosters...
Mr. Miller is especially well-positioned to represent armed forces personnel who are going through a divorce after serving for seven years as a judge advocate in...
University of Florida, Levin College of Law, Juris Doctor, December 2000, with Certificates in International Law and County Court Mediation. Performed the Law School’s first-ever Brazilian Externship, with the State Environmental Prosecutor’s Office in Paraná.
University of Massachusetts – Boston, Bachelor...
Mr. McDermott is a Florida Supreme Court Certified Family Law Mediator. He is also trained in Collaborative Divorce Law, an emerging field within the Alternative Dispute Resolution realm focused on resolving cases with a "team" approach...
Ann is a member of Phi Delta Phi legal honors fraternity and is admitted to practice law in California, Oklahoma and Illinois (inactive).
Our office offers a free initial telephone appointment. Detailed, client specific consultations are also available. Call my office toll-free at 1-844-VARI-LAW (1-844-827-4529) or our main office in Pittsburgh at 412-281-9906 to learn how we can help you resolve your family law or divorce issues.
Mr. Michael strives in his practice to provide vigorous and efficient representation tailored to each client's particular needs and goals. Prior to forming Beralo and Michael, Mr. Michael worked extensively on various civil litigation matters, including Landlord Tenant issues, commercial litigation, and workers compensation matters. Mr. Michael previously handled medical revenue recovery matters with his previous firm.
Mr. Michael was a senior student attorney for the Rutgers Community & Transactional Lawyering Clinic, where...
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