Kathy Macchione Leggett has been serving attorneys and their clients as a Civil, Family and Dependency Law Mediator since 2007. Whether working in a divorce matter or a wrongful death suit, attorneys have found her psychology background to serve as a crucial asset for cases involving emotionally charged clients.
Family Law Experience: Ms. Leggett’s experience in Family Law began in 1985. She expanded her qualifications in domestic cases to include becoming a Qualified Parenting Coordinator, Social Investigator and Licensed Mental Health Clinician. She has assisted over 1000 families in developing working Parenting Plans as well as guiding couples through the turmoil of dissolving their marriage.
Civil Law Experience: In 2009, Ms. Leggett was a founding partner at Central Florida Mediation Group and assisted in training fellow mediators in Foreclosure Mediation during the housing crisis. Since 2011, she has worked as a mediator for the Florida Department of Financial Services, mediating hundreds of claims between homeowners and their insurance companies to resolve their claim disputes. She has handled various types of civil cases, including property disputes, breach of contract, auto accident claims, probate and HOA disputes.
Our mediations are conducted virtually while you are in the comfort of your own home, with the ability to still speak privately with your mediator in a break out room.
Once we’ve reached an amicable settlement agreement, all of your court documents are prepared and e-filed with the court.
Your Final Hearing will be held virtually as well.
Pre-Suit Divorce Mediation not only saves you MONEY but it also saves TIME.
Call Us Today: 863.207.4402
Early in my profession, I worked in a very contentious family law practice. I witnessed couples being pitted against each other and families torn apart. Litigation would often drag on for years and when the divorce was finally granted, both parties were emotionally exhausted and financially drained.
Since 2007 I have been mediating cases for couples who want to be in control of the outcome of their divorce and would rather keep the thousands of dollars in attorney’s fees for themselves and their children.