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Mediation for a Reduced Conflict Divorce with Tami Sbar

After experiencing her own divorce, Tami Sbar became interested in the practice of family law, and in particular, the value of mediation as a priceless benefit for divorcing couples and their families. Today, she dedicates her time and expertise to divorcing couples full time. This week on the show, she shares some of the intricacies involved with mediation.

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Tami Sbar is a leading divorce mediator in Tampa, Florida, but she took a roundabout journey through the law to get there. She started her legal career as an Assistant State Attorney, working in both the domestic violence and the sex crimes divisions, in addition to felony court. She has her badge to prove it.

After experiencing her own divorce, she became interested in the practice of family law, and in particular, the value of mediation as a priceless benefit for divorcing couples and their families. Today, she dedicates her time and expertise to divorcing couples full time. This week on the show, she shares some of the intricacies involved with mediation. Do you need a lawyer if you’re moving through mediation? How does a mediator change the experience of court? How does a mediator deal with the imbalance of power in relationships? All this and so much more this week from a true expert and practitioner in the field.

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Seth Nelson is a Tampa based family lawyer known for devising creative solutions to difficult problems. In How to Split a Toaster, Nelson and co-host Pete Wright take on the challenge of divorce with a central objective — saving your most important relationships with your family, your former spouse, and yourself.