iMediate Inc. presents iChat Mediation

iMediate Inc. presents iChat Mediation Matthew Brickman of iMediate Inc,has been certified by the Supreme Court of Florida as a county civil family mediator who has worked in the 15th & 19th Judicial Circuit Courts since 2009 and 2006 respectively.
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He is also an appellate certified mediator. Divorce is a major transition that affects every area of an individual's life and the future of a divorcing couple's family. Navigating the murky waters of the judicial system can be frightening and stressful - that's where iMediate comes in. iMediate is a group of family law mediators that pride themselves on creating an atmosphere of effective problem solving as the foundation for the mediation process. Specialties iMediate Inc. Family Mediation Services are safety focused, cost considerate, less emotional & more effective for family mediation but there are three ways in which we differentiate ourselves from our competitors. 1. High Settlement Rate, Less Emotional, Cuts Costs: iMediate Inc. has a 100% settlement rate online. Mediation can be like a controlled burn. When you mediate from the comfort of your own home or office away from the opposing party, you're taking the emotion out of it and saving costs in travel expenses. Online Virtual Mediation means parties can be together for the mediation without the emotional tension of being in the same room together. 2. Safety and Security: Virtual mediation using our iChat platform was built by Cisco Communications. Skype and FaceTime are not secure. Our platform utilizes Multilayer security validated by rigorous independent audits, including SSAE-16 and ISO 27001. 3. It's Happening Now! Virtual mediation is not something that might happen or might be useful in the future. It is happening right now and not just in our industry. According to Cisco WebEx, "51 million people per month attend an online meeting. 3 billion minutes are used video conferencing and screen sharing around the world each month." ABOUT MATTHEW BRICKMAN: Matthew Brickman has worked in the 19th Judicial Circuit Court since 2006 as a mediator and began mediating in the 15th Judicial Circuit Court in 2009. He has been certified by the Supreme Court of Florida as a county civil family mediator. Mr. Brickman currently conducts most mediation via 3-way video conference using iChatmediation.com, a new division of iMediate Inc. His experience in mediation ranges from a variety of small claims, civil, and family cases (divorce, child custody disputes, prenuptial agreements, timesharing, parenting plans, same-sex/gay divorce). Also disputes between parents with children, home owners associations, construction companies, bedding stores, building contractors, small business mergers, auto accidents, check cashing stores, pool companies, landscaping companies, nursing homes, tire companies, insurance companies, neighbor disputes, real estates agents, roofing contractors, landlord/tenant, the fire department as well as municipal disputes and more.

He is also an appellate certified mediator. Divorce is a major transition that affects every area of an individual's life and the future of a divorcing couple's family. Navigating the murky waters of the judicial system can be frightening and stressful - that's where iMediate comes in. iMediate is a group of family law mediators that pride themselves on creating an atmosphere of effective problem solving as the foundation for the mediation process. Specialties iMediate Inc. Family Mediation Services are safety focused, cost considerate, less emotional & more effective for family mediation but there are three ways in which we differentiate ourselves from our competitors. 1. High Settlement Rate, Less Emotional, Cuts Costs: iMediate Inc. has a 100% settlement rate online. Mediation can be like a controlled burn. When you mediate from the comfort of your own home or office away from the opposing party, you're taking the emotion out of it and saving costs in travel expenses. Online Virtual Mediation means parties can be together for the mediation without the emotional tension of being in the same room together. 2. Safety and Security: Virtual mediation using our iChat platform was built by Cisco Communications. Skype and FaceTime are not secure. Our platform utilizes Multilayer security validated by rigorous independent audits, including SSAE-16 and ISO 27001. 3. It's Happening Now! Virtual mediation is not something that might happen or might be useful in the future. It is happening right now and not just in our industry. According to Cisco WebEx, "51 million people per month attend an online meeting. 3 billion minutes are used video conferencing and screen sharing around the world each month." ABOUT MATTHEW BRICKMAN: Matthew Brickman has worked in the 19th Judicial Circuit Court since 2006 as a mediator and began mediating in the 15th Judicial Circuit Court in 2009. He has been certified by the Supreme Court of Florida as a county civil family mediator. Mr. Brickman currently conducts most mediation via 3-way video conference using iChatmediation.com, a new division of iMediate Inc. His experience in mediation ranges from a variety of small claims, civil, and family cases (divorce, child custody disputes, prenuptial agreements, timesharing, parenting plans, same-sex/gay divorce). Also disputes between parents with children, home owners associations, construction companies, bedding stores, building contractors, small business mergers, auto accidents, check cashing stores, pool companies, landscaping companies, nursing homes, tire companies, insurance companies, neighbor disputes, real estates agents, roofing contractors, landlord/tenant, the fire department as well as municipal disputes and more.

Mission: Our role is to help our clients talk through difficult or complex issues and help to them find mutually satisfying and beneficial resolutions. Whether you choose to mediate from the comfort, convenience and safety of your own home or office via our exclusive iChat platform or in person at our offices or yours, our professionally trained mediators work with both compassion and diligence to help our clients reach an agreeable solution so they can move beyond conflict and towards peace.

Operating as usual

11/04/2020

As of Nov 3rd, regardless of who is president, I have 17 families so far this month left to mediate for that are going through their own personal issues and difficulties and I’m sure that who is president is not their primary focus. Providing for their family, creating a safe environment for their kids, seeing their children on a frequent and continuous basis, selling their homes and putting food on their own table is their focus right now. God give me wisdom and strength to help them navigate the judicial
process and achieve a peaceful resolution if they so choose.

This is the judicial system’s idea of utilizing technology to conduct mediations through the courthouse. This photo was ...
10/08/2020

This is the judicial system’s idea of utilizing technology to conduct mediations through the courthouse. This photo was posted today, October 8,2020, at the courthouse. What a total failure. For face to face virtual mediations from the comfort and safety of your home or office call iMediate Inc. today at 561.262.9121. We have been using out virtual iChat Mediation platform built by Cisco Communications with our first virtual mediation being conducted in 2008.

08/24/2020

Zoom crashed today. Servers went down. No work could get completed. I’m so grateful I’m NOT on Zoom and have a secure and stable platform through Cisco Communications. If you value security and stability for your Virtual legal proceeding then look no further than iChat Mediation.

The School District of Palm Beach County
07/23/2020

The School District of Palm Beach County

The 2020-2021 school year will begin for students on Monday, August 31 in Palm Beach County School District-operated schools. The School Board voted unanimously on July 22 to delay the start date by three weeks, allowing more time to prepare for the start of school, which will launch with distance learning. Read more here: https://buff.ly/2ZPuE5e

The School District of Palm Beach County
07/16/2020

The School District of Palm Beach County

Just after midnight on Thursday, the School Board approved the Superintendent’s 2020-2021 Reopening Plan. The plan includes starting off the year with distance learning and reopening school campuses with a staggered approach as COVID-19 conditions improve.

The School Board also decided to delay determining the official start dates for students and staff until they meet on July 22. The previously determined start date of August 10 will likely be pushed back.

07/12/2020
Netflix Is A Joke

Sorry for the language but Chris has some valid points. I would not want to be involved in the Family Court in any other state in the United States other than Florida. Florida is on the cutting edge even though it may be a butter knife, it’s still the cutting edge.

A little advice for all the dads out there from Chris Rock

Stop cheating and simply wait until the divorce is final to move on with a new relationship or have sexual relations wit...
07/08/2020
Indiana husband allegedly shoots man found in bedroom with wife hours after separating

Stop cheating and simply wait until the divorce is final to move on with a new relationship or have sexual relations with someone you’re not married to. It never works out in the long run. People just don’t learn.

https://www.foxnews.com/us/indiana-husband-allegedly-shoots-man-bedroom-wife-separating

An Indiana man who separated from his wife last week allegedly shot the man he found in a bedroom with her hours later, police said.

Mediate This! Episode 3 is here: Gender Roles: What are they for Men and Women today?Comment below whether you have Trad...
06/05/2020
3. Gender Roles: What are they for Men and Women today? - Mediate This!

Mediate This! Episode 3 is here: Gender Roles: What are they for Men and Women today?

Comment below whether you have Traditional or Modern views or comment on your favorite platform. Questions are welcome as we will be having a Q&A podcast in the near future where we will give you a shout out and answer your question on the show.

#marriage #divorce #mediation #family #relationships #parenting #podcast #household #genderroles

Gender Roles: What is the Tone and Role of the Man and the Woman in the Home today: Do traditional views of the role of mother and role of father in a family still work today?We live in an era where it is unclear of what is the role of the man and...

Great information.
05/28/2020

Great information.

Florida courts are closed
Is it harder to get a divorce during the COVID-19 pandemic?
Despite the coronavirus and the restrictions it has brought to all aspects of life, in Florida, while the courts are physically closed to the public for the most part, they have in large part moved legal proceedings into virtual space. For Floridians who would like to get divorced during this challenging time, divorce proceedings are still taking place remotely via telephone or video conferencing using platforms like Zoom.

Civil proceedings are currently mostly remote

As we explained in a previous post, Chief Justice Charles Canady of the Florida Supreme Court suspended jury trials on March 16. At the time of this writing, they remain suspended until July 2. However, nonjury proceedings like divorces are still moving forward because he also temporarily removed restrictions on holding remote court proceedings using electronic means.

On May 4, the Chief Justice issued a comprehensive administrative order for the statewide court system during the COVID-19 emergency. He explained that except for certain “essential and critical” court proceedings that still must be live, judges can still hear several other types of cases remotely, including nonjury trials, which would include divorces. Chief judges in each state judicial circuit shall enable these proceedings to be held remotely whenever possible.

On May 11, the Chief Justice sent guidance to Chief Judges statewide that included best practices developed for remote court proceedings (including divorce) for how witness testimony and physical evidence in trials should be handled.
Uncontested divorce through settlement

Should a divorcing couple negotiate a marital settlement agreement (MSA), they can submit it to the court for approval. A short hearing is necessary before the judge to adopt the MSA as the terms of the divorce, but this hearing may be remote. Since the parties to a comprehensive MSA have agreed to the terms of what is in essence a contract between them settling all the legal issues in the divorce, a trial is not required.

Contested divorces are proceeding during the pandemic

On April 6, Chief Judge Jack Tuter of the Seventeenth Judicial Circuit in Broward County issued an amended order about matters related to the coronavirus emergency in which he directs that to prevent a backlog, civil proceedings (including family law matters) should proceed via remote communication methods. (He also offered the option of parties agreeing to have a judge decide issues in a trial based on written arguments instead of a traditional trial.)

Divorce proceedings in Broward County courts are currently being conducted remotely via electronic communication methods. While the time a trial takes varies, a divorcing party may be able to move things along by promptly submitting evidence and filing all required documents as well as serving all materials as mandated on the other party. In addition, early and consistent communication with court administrative staff may help to secure earlier hearing dates.

Current emergency procedures are in place through…

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Episode 2 is here. Comment below or comment on your favorite platform. Questions are welcome to as we will be having a Q...
05/22/2020
2. Conflict Resolution The 4 D's of Every Type of Conflict - Mediate This!

Episode 2 is here. Comment below or comment on your favorite platform. Questions are welcome to as we will be having a Q&A podcast in the near future where we will give you a shout out and answer your question in the Q&A episode.

What is Conflict Resolution? Definition: Conflict resolution is a way for two or more parties to find a peaceful solution to a dispute or disagreement between the them. Disputes can be for almost any reason: personal, financial, political, or emot...

Canady: Resumption of jury trials likely to be limited and regional
05/21/2020
Canady: Resumption of jury trials likely to be limited and regional

Canady: Resumption of jury trials likely to be limited and regional

Florida businesses may be coming back to life in the wake of the COVID-19 pandemic, but Chief Justice Charles Canady says it’s too early to predict when Florida courts will be fully operational. “I extended the prohibition on jury trial proceedings through early July,” Justice Canady said. “...

Thank you for the great review!!
05/15/2020

Thank you for the great review!!

05/15/2020
The Law Office of Abigail Beebe, P.A.

The Law Office of Abigail Beebe, P.A.

Did you catch Abigail Beebe on CBS 12 News today? Abigail spoke with Luli Ortiz CBS12 about divorce in a post-pandemic world, and what she is seeing, and expects in South Florida.

#FamilyLaw #Divorce #SouthFlorida #WestPalmBeach

05/10/2020

BRAND NEW WEBSITE COMING THIS WEEK!!!

Mediate This!
05/10/2020
Mediate This!

Mediate This!

Through the art of storytelling, education and life experience, Matthew Brickman, President of iMediate Inc. and a Florida Supreme Court Certified Mediator along with his co-host Sydney Mitchell discuss mediation as well as conflict resolution & negotiations skills. Gain the knowledge necessary to n...

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05/08/2020
Mediate This!

Every other Friday episodes will be released. Be sure to subscribe today and leave a comment.

Through the art of storytelling, education and life experience, Matthew Brickman, President of iMediate Inc. and a Florida Supreme Court Certified Mediator along with his co-host Sydney Mitchell discuss mediation as well as conflict resolution & negotiations skills. Gain the knowledge necessary....

At iMediate Inc. we do not use unsafe platforms such as Zoom for legal meetings like mediation. In 2009 we had Cisco Com...
05/06/2020
Zoom steps up efforts to deter 'Zoombombing' amid security issues

At iMediate Inc. we do not use unsafe platforms such as Zoom for legal meetings like mediation. In 2009 we had Cisco Communications, one of the largest communication companies in the world, build us a custom mediation platform, iChatMediation. For a safe and stable legal conference, the choice is pretty clear. Call 5612629121 or email [email protected] to schedule your mediation today.

In the weeks since governments across the country have forced businesses, churches, schools and hoards of other industries to transition to telecommuting, reports of hackers interrupting video conferences hosted by Zoom as it has become the default platform for millions to connect.

The Law Office of Abigail Beebe, P.A.
05/05/2020

The Law Office of Abigail Beebe, P.A.

Navigating relationships can be challenging in normal times. During a pandemic, while simultaneously co-parenting, can be difficult for many. Here are a few tips for divorced couples dealing with child-sharing and co-parenting during the coronavirus pandemic.
https://abeebelaw.com/

Time for mediation.
05/01/2020

Time for mediation.

04/24/2020

Many times in mediation the parties "Say" they desire peace but when asked to give something up as a form of compromise, they refuse. Their actions speak much louder than their words. If you are in conflict, what are you willing to give up in order to get what you want? I can tell you that in my life and in my own case, my peace cost $33,000.00. There is a cost for peace. What's it worth to you?

I’m back podcasting and the release date is going to be announced soon so stay tuned.
04/21/2020

I’m back podcasting and the release date is going to be announced soon so stay tuned.

6 months away:https://www.pon.harvard.edu/daily/conflict-resolution/the-abraham-path-named-national-geographic-traveller...
04/21/2020
The Abraham Path Named National Geographic Traveller’s Best New Walking Trail - PON - Program on Negotiation at Harvard Law School

6 months away:

https://www.pon.harvard.edu/daily/conflict-resolution/the-abraham-path-named-national-geographic-travellers-best-new-walking-trail/

National Geographic Traveller’s Ben Lerwill recently compiled a list of the best new walking trails from around the world, and the Program on Negotiation’s Abraham Path took the number 1 spot on his list of 10. The Abraham Path is a long-distance walking trail that follows the path of the patria...

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