A court approved Texas Certified Mediator trained to assist in facilitating alternative dispute resolution. Mediation or alternative dispute resolution may be court ordered but it may also be sought out by an individual or business seeking assistance in conflict resolution and avoiding litigation. Mediation is an informal and strictly confidential process. It is voluntary and non-binding until an agreement is reached and signed by all parties. The disputing parties meet in a non-confrontational setting with a trained neutral third-party mediator that facilitates the discussion and process of working together to reach a mutual agreement. Mediation may also be conducted remotely by telephone and electronic means. A mediator does not make a judgement or ruling and is not affiliated with either side, but is a neutral third-party facilitator. Mediation is an affordable and confidential way to resolve conflict.
Senior Legal Secretary and Assistant Office Manager for Earl Griffin, Jr., Attorney at Law for five years.
Graduated with honors in 2018 from West Texas A&M University with a Bachelor of Science degree in Criminal Justice and a minor in Administration.