Mediation.com Adds Dedicated Attorney and Community Leader Barbara Cardone to Its Network of Mediation Professionals

Barbara Cardone, an experienced leader in the field of family law and conflict resolution, announces membership in Mediation.com in an effort to expand online presence.

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Barbara Cardone | Maine Mediator | Family Law and Civil Litigation

Barbara Cardone | Maine Mediator | Family Law and Civil Litigation

I believe in serving my community as an attorney, a mediator, and a volunteer – and that includes online communities as well as physical ones.

Bangor, ME (PRWEB) February 15, 2014

After a 25-year career dedicated to helping individuals navigate the often intimidating and confusing legal world in order to resolve their family crises, Bangor attorney Barbara Cardone has built a reputation as not only a legal expert in the field of family law but also an alternate dispute resolution practitioner and a leader of the community. She recently announced she was bringing her mediation acumen to the fast-growing online mediation network, Mediation.com.

“I believe that the actions of one person can have a positive effect on an entire community,” said Cardone. “That’s why I’ve dedicated my legal career to helping people resolve their differences, and that’s why I’ve decided to expand my online presence and make certain everyone who needs mediation guidance can find me. I believe in serving my community as an attorney, a mediator, and a volunteer – and that includes online communities as well as physical ones.”

A graduate of the Boston College Law School, Cardone has built a career of more than 25 year in Family Law, including serving as clerk to David G. Roberts, Associate Justice of the Maine Supreme Judicial Court. Aside from her private practice, she lectures on family law issues at continuing legal education seminars for lawyers and volunteers at many organizations in her local community, including the Amicus Corporation, an organization that supports people with cognitive and other disabilities and the Zonta Club of Bangor, a worldwide service organization dedicated to improving the status of women.

Barbara currently serves as President of the John Waldo Ballou Inn of Court in Bangor. She has previously served as an Associate Justice on the Penobscot Tribal Court and was the Chair of the Maine State Bar Association Family Law Section for 2002-2003.


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