Teaming up with Mediation.com to provide help in family matters will prove to be an exciting and significant development in my practice. —Carol Romine
Noblesville, Indiana (PRWEB) August 30, 2013
Seasoned attorney and mediator, Carol Jean Romine has agreed with Mediation.com to offer her mediation services through the online portal, http://www.mediation.com. This strategic collaboration will allow Carol to attract more potential clients who are looking online for alternative dispute resolutions regarding family law matters.
Carol is known in the legal services community for providing creative solutions to family disputes. Ms. Romine commented, “Teaming up with Mediation.com to provide help in family matters will prove to be an exciting and significant development in my practice.” She also added, “I understand that resolving conflict is stressful enough for the parties involved so I try to make the mediation process as convenient as possible. Mediating couples are provided a mediation suite with conference and caucus rooms and, when appropriate, will have lunch as well.” Carol will also travel to the client’s location.
Mediation.com is one of today’s rapidly growing websites providing mediation services to a range of clients and maintains one of the largest databases of Mediation-Attorneys and Mediators, which are broken down by areas of expertise, and geographic-location.“The partnership we have with Carol reflects our desire to collaborate with experienced and skilled mediators to help provide dependable ADR services to people all over the world,” said Tom Pronesti, Operations Manager of Mediation.com.
Carol was born in Chicago, Illinois. She earned her Bachelor of Arts Degree from Indiana University 1978 and received her Law degree from Indiana University in 1996. She resolves disputes in areas regarding divorce, parenting time, child custody, child support, grandparent rights, property division and relocation.
About Carol Jean Romine
Based in Noblesville, Indiana since 1996, Ms. Romine has extensive knowledge of Indiana case law as it relates to family law matters. She is a member of the Association of Family and Conciliation Courts (AFCC) and Central Indiana Association of Collaborative Professionals (CIACP).