Florida Board Certified Marital & Family Lawyer

Moved to Punta Gorda

We have relocated our office to Punta Gorda, Florida at The Clock Tower Plaza. This location is directly across the street from the Charlotte County Justice Center. Our telephone number and email address will remain the same at: 941-627-3667 and msw@mirawhitelaw.com. Our mailing address will be 265 East Marion Avenue, Suite 115, Punta Gorda, FL 33950.

Re-Certification as Expert in Family Law

Mira has been recently re-certified by The Florida Bar as a Board Certified Marital and Family Lawyer. This elite designation is bestowed upon only 277 attorneys in Florida. Mira is the only actively practicing attorney in Charlotte County with this designation. Board certified attorneys are experts in their designated field who have successfully passed a rigorous examination and peer review, ensuring that board certified attorneys meet the highest ethical and professional standards.

Low Cost-High Quality Mediation Services

I am pleased to announce that Hal Wotitzky and I have joined forces to create the Community Mediation Services for Charlotte County, Florida. Community Mediation Services is designed to provide high quality mediation services at a reduced cost for lower income individuals.

These mediations will be conducted at our respective offices. Hal's office is in Punta Gorda at 407 E. Marion Avenue, while my office is centrally located in Port Charlotte at 20020 Veterans Boulevard.

Our rates will be based upon the parties' combined incomes. Parties with combined gross incomes of less than $ 75,000.00 will be charged $ 50.00 per party, per hour.

Parties with combined gross incomes of $ 75,000.00-$ 100,000.00 will be charged $ 75.00 per party, per hour.

These mediations can be scheduled on Fridays. We have a flexible scheduling policy to meet your client's needs. Schedule by the half-day, full-day, and/or by the hour.

Give us a call today to schedule your low costs, high quality mediation.

CALL Hal at 941-621-4249 or email him at Hal@callthemediator.com. More information about Hal can be found
HERE.

CALL Me at 941-627-3667 or email me at msw@mirawhitelaw.com. More information about me can be found
HERE.

CHARLOTTE COUNTY COLLABORATIVE PROFESSIONALS

The Charlotte County Collaborative Professionals was formed to help people with family law disputes settle their case without fighting it out in Court. A team of professionals assist the parties in exploring settlement possibilities and reaching an agreement that is best for both parties. The Collaborative Law Process is private, fast and often less expensive than traditional litigation. Learn more about collaborative law by speaking to me. Call my office at 941-627-3667 to schedule an appointment.

Collaborative Law Training In Punta Gorda

A big thank you to the Charlotte County Collaborative Professionals for hosting the Collaborative Law Training seminar April 27 and 28 in Punta Gorda, Florida at The Farr Law Firm. The two day event featured the Florida Collaborative Law Trainers presenting an introductory course. The seminar was well attended by attorneys, mental health professionals and financial advisors.

The Collaborative Law Process is a team approach used to resolve family law disputes. In this process the parties pledge to settle their dispute in a civil manner without litigation. The parties work with their specially trained lawyers, a neutral facilitator and other experts, if needed, to resolve conflict and develop a workable settlement. The Collaborative law Process has advantages over “going to Court”.

  • PRIVATE-The collaborative law process takes place in a private, confidential setting. Courtrooms are open forums full with people who listen to your personal details as the case is litigated.
  • LESS EXPENSIVE-The collaborative law process is usually less expensive than fighting it out in Court.
  • QUICKER-Resolving a case collaboratively is faster than having a trial and waiting for a Judge to rule.
  • CONVENIENT-The parties decide when and where to meet to work on resolving their case. Going to Court means the Judge sets the schedule of the case at the convenience of the Court without much regard for the parties’ schedules.

There are numerous other reasons to use the Collaborative Law Process. For more information regarding this process and the Charlotte County Collaborative Professionals
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