1 BETH G. REINEKE, ESQUIRE 1003 W. CLEVELAND STREET TAMPA, FL BOARD CERTIFIED EMERITUS FAMILY ATTORNEY CERTIFIED FAMILY LAW MEDIATOR September 18, 2014 TELEPHONE: (813) Dear Sir or Madam: Thank you for contacting me about family mediation. If you and your spouse decide to go forward with your divorce, I think you are wise to attempt to mediate your case rather than proceeding with a contested action. Litigation is stressful, time consuming, and very costly. My office is located in Hyde Park which is close to downtown Tampa 1003 West Cleveland Street, Tampa, FL This is where I conduct the majority of my mediations, although I can mediate in any number of locations. Enclosed for your information is a copy of the Terms and Conditions applicable to my mediations and a questionnaire for you to complete and return to me prior to mediation. Also enclosed is a copy of FFRCP (see explanation below). Mediation Fees I charge $ per hour for mediation conference time with you and your spouse. This time is used to arrive at a settlement and to assist you in preparing your financial affidavit and child support guideline calculations (if applicable). Most cases resolve within two to three hours. However, additional conference time is billed at $250 per hour. A deposit of $250 is due shortly after mediation is scheduled to hold your mediation date. Payment of all additional mediation fees is due at the time of the mediation conference. Cash, personal checks, as well as MasterCard, Visa, Discover, and American Express, are accepted. If you cancel mediation with less than 24 hours advance notice, you will be charged a cancellation fee of $ Otherwise, your deposit will be refunded in full. The Role of a Mediator I am a Board Certified Family Lawyer with over 25 years of litigation experience. However, as a Supreme Court Certified Family Mediator I am a neutral third party facilitator. I do not represent you or your spouse during mediation and I cannot give either of you any legal advice. My role as your mediator is (1) to facilitate discussion of the various issues which need to be addressed in conjunction with your divorce, and (2) when an agreement is reached, to incorporate your verbal agreement into a written formal agreement you can file with the court.
2 Beth G. Reineke, Esquire RE: Family Mediation Page 2 During the mediation, I will help you prepare your financial affidavit; and if you have children, I will calculate and prepare a child support guideline worksheet for you. I will also answer any questions you may have about the forms you will need to file with the court and any general procedural questions you may have related to filing an uncontested divorce action, but I cannot give you legal advice. If you decide not to consult with a family law attorney prior to mediation, you may wish to review Chapter 61 of the Florida Statutes, which sets out the majority of the applicable substantive law regarding custody, time sharing (visitation), child support, alimony, distribution of marital assets and liabilities, etc. The Florida Statutes are available on line or at the local libraries. Just make sure you are looking at the most recent version of the statutes. They are often revised. A good website is Procedural Rules & Mandatory Disclosure The procedural rules applicable to family law cases are found in the Family Law Rules of Procedure and the Civil Rules of Procedure. The minimum financial documents which the Florida Supreme Court believes parties should gather, review and exchange are listed in Florida Family Law Rule of Procedure A copy of the Rule is attached. This list is not all inclusive, and each of you should review any documents you believe are necessary to determine your income, monthly expenses, and the value of your marital and non-martial assets and liabilities. I will not need copies of all of the documents identified in FRCP in order mediate with you and to assist you with the division of your martial assets and liabilities. However, both you and your spouse will need sufficient information and records to enable each of you to identify your assets and liabilities and to determine how each is titled and the value of each. Financial Affidavits If you decide to file for divorce, each of you will be required to prepare and file a financial affidavit with the family law court. While you can agree to waive the balance of the mandatory disclosure requirements of FRCP , this requirement to prepare and file a financial affidavit cannot be waived even if you have reached an agreement. Blank financial affidavits are available on the links page of my website - There are two formats for financial affidavits, a short form and a long form the instructions and two forms are identified as family law form (b) and (c). You may find that filling out a long form financial affidavit prior to mediation will help you evaluate your income, expenses, assets and liabilities and will help you to begin deciding how these items should be divided. Additionally, since I am a notary, I can notarize your financial affidavit for you at mediation if you bring your id with you.
3 Beth G. Reineke, Esquire RE: Family Mediation Page 3 Parenting Course If you have minor children, the court will require each of you to take a court approved parenting course and to file a certificate of completion with the court even if you are in full agreement. Information about the Parents Children and Divorce Course can be found on the links page of my website - There may be one or more parenting classes offered online; however, these classes have been disavowed and are no longer accepted by the family law judges. Child Support Guideline Calculations & Alimony Projections I have a computer program which enables me to calculate child support under the Florida Child Support Guidelines (section 61.30, Florida Statutes) and to show you various alimony options and the basic tax calculations associated with each option. In order for me to make these calculations you will need to bring copies of your last tax return (plus attachments), your most recent W-2 and/or 1099s, and your most recent three months of pay stubs. You will need to know the timing, amount, and other particulars related to your compensation; the cost of daycare and private school (if applicable); who provides the child s health and dental insurance care, the anticipated, post divorce, cost of each parent s insurance, and the cost of the child s insurance. Lists, Worksheets & Schedules Some parties prepare lists, worksheets, schedules, and written proposals prior to mediation, but this is not necessary. However, I do use a lap top computer during mediation and am able to work with Word Perfect, Word, Excel and Divorce Power Analyzer files. Marital Agreements, Pleadings & Court Forms When an Agreement is reached, I prepare all the documents necessary for you to complete the divorce process, including a formal Marital Settlement Agreement, the Petition, Answer, and Final Judgment of Dissolution of Marriage (Divorce). Pricing is set out in the enclosed Terms and Conditions. Deposit Check A deposit check of $250 is necessary to hold your mediation date. This deposit will be applied to your first hour of mediation. If you cancel mediation with less than 24 hours advance notice, you will be charged a cancellation fee of $ Otherwise, your deposit will be refunded in full. You may mail me a check or charge your deposit on your credit card if you prefer. All checks should be made payable to Beth Reineke, Esq.
4 Beth G. Reineke, Esquire RE: Family Mediation Page 3 When you are ready to schedule your mediation, you will need to provide me with several dates and times when you and your spouse are available for 2-3 hours. I will also need mailing addresses, cell and daytime phone numbers, and addresses for each of you. This information you can to me. call. If you or your spouse has additional questions regarding family mediation services, please Enclosures Sincerely, Beth Gilmore Reineke
5 BETH G. REINEKE, ESQUIRE W. CLEVELAND STREET TAMPA, FL BOARD CERTIFIED EMERITUS FAMILY ATTORNEY CERTIFIED FAMILY LAW MEDIATOR TELEPHONE: (813) TERMS AND CONDITIONS APPLICABLE TO MEDIATION 1. Mediation differs from arbitration and court proceedings in that the parties decide what the agreement is to be. The terms of the agreement are not decided by a judge, an arbitrator, or the mediator. For this reason, the parties are usually happier with the results obtained, and it is generally far less expensive. 2. Beth Reineke is a Florida Bar Board Certified Family Law Attorney, but she does not represent either party. She cannot represent either party in any legal proceeding related to the issues discussed during mediation, and cannot advise either party regarding their legal rights and obligations under Florida law. 3. Mediation is a voluntary process. Either party or the mediator may discontinue the mediation at any time and for any reason even if the mediation is court ordered. 4. By signing below you are agreeing to fully disclose, when pertinent, all of your income, assets and liabilities, and to produce whatever records and tax returns are requested. 5. Mediation is usually conducted with both of the parties present. However, sometimes it is productive for me to meet individually with each party (and their attorneys) one or more times during the mediation. Information provided during these independent meetings is confidential unless the disclosing party consents. 6. In order to protect the process parties are requested not to attempt communicate with Ms. Reineke outside of the joint mediation conference. All communication from Ms. Reineke relating to scheduling and transmittal of documents will be by mail or sent to both parties simultaneously. 7. As a mediator, Ms. Reineke is agreeing to work with you (and your attorney) while you try, in good faith, to negotiate a settlement. If you are successful in reaching an agreement on some or all of the disputed issues, Ms. Reineke will prepare a written document reflecting your agreement unless your attorney wishes to do so. 8. Mediation Conference. The couple has paid or is concurrently paying a mediation fee of $400 and is entitled to an initial two hour mediation conference with the mediator to arrive at a settlement and assistance in preparing their financial affidavits and child support guidelines. Additional conference time is charged at a rate of $250 per hour. 9. Payment is to be made in full at the conclusion of each mediation conference, and you may be requested to prepay a deposit for drafting your Marital Agreement and Pleadings. 10. Agreements. When an agreement is reached your mediator will prepare a written agreement for you and the other party to sign. You will be billed at $250 per hour for the time spent preparing your written Marital Agreement, and you may be requested to prepay a deposit for drafting your agreement. 11. Pleadings & Court Forms. In addition to your written Agreement, upon request, your mediator will prepare all the documents necessary for you to file and complete your paternity case,
6 including the petition, answer, affidavits, certificates, notices, and the final judgment of dissolution of marriage (Divorce). This service is billed at a flat rate of $ Document preparation fees are prepaid and all fees for mediation, drafting, etc. are non-refundable. 13. With few exceptions, all matters discussed during mediation are confidential and are considered privileged. If Ms. Reineke is subpoenaed to testify at deposition or a hearing regarding statements made or information disclosed during mediation, these privileges apply. By signing this letter you are agreeing that if you or your attorney subpoenas Ms. Reineke to testify at deposition or at a court hearing you will prepay Ms. Reineke 25% over her customary hourly rate for litigation services for all time expended by her relating to said subpoena. Ms. Reineke s customary hourly rate for litigation services at this time is $350 per hour. I AGREE TO THE TERMS AND CONDITIONS STATED ABOVE. Date Party
7 MEDIATION QUESTIONNAIRE PATERNITY AND OTHER FAMILY LAW NAME: ADDRESS: TELEPHONE: CELL PHONE: DATE OF BIRTH: SOCIAL SEC. NO.: CHILD S BIRTH PLACE: COUNTY CHILD RESIDES: RESIDENT OF FLORIDA 6 MOS.? REFERRED BY: (YES/NO) EMPLOYER WORK ADDRESS: TITLE: Please list all children living with you. If the other party is not the parent of one or more of the children living with you, please indicate. Name Date of Birth Age SSN Where was each child born? Additional addresses where the children have lived in last 5 years and corresponding dates: DATES: DATES: DATES: ADDRESS: ADDRESS: ADDRESS: I CERTIFY THAT THE INFORMATION PROVIDED IS TRUE AND CORRECT. Signature: Date:
8 FLORIDA FAMILY LAW RULE OF PROCEDURE MANDATORY DISCLOSURE (a) Application. (1) Scope. This rule shall apply to all proceedings within the scope of these rules except proceedings involving adoption, simplified dissolution, enforcement, contempt, injunctions for domestic, repeat, or dating violence, and uncontested dissolutions when the respondent is served by publication and does not file an answer. Additionally, no financial affidavit or other documents shall be required under this rule from a party seeking attorneys fees, suit money, or costs, if the basis for the request is solely under section , Florida Statutes, or any successor statute. Except for the provisions as to financial affidavits and child support guidelines worksheets, any portion of this rule may be modified by order of the court or agreement of the parties. (2) Original and Duplicate Copies. Unless otherwise agreed by the parties or ordered by the court, copies of documents required under this rule may be produced in lieu of originals. Originals, when available, shall be produced for inspection upon request. Parties shall not be required to serve duplicates of documents previously served. (b) Time for Production of Documents. (1) Temporary Financial Hearings. Any document required under this rule in any temporary financial relief proceeding shall be served on the other party for inspection and copying as follows. (A) The party seeking relief shall serve the required documents on the other party with the notice of temporary financial hearing, unless the documents have been served under subdivision (b)(2) of this rule. (B) The responding party shall serve the required documents on the party seeking relief on or before 5:00 p.m., 2 business days before the day of the temporary financial hearing if served by delivery or 7 days before the day of the temporary financial hearing if served by mail, unless the documents have been received previously by the party seeking relief under subdivision (b)(2) of this rule. A responding party shall be given no less than 12 days to serve the documents required under this rule, unless otherwise ordered by the court. If the 45-day period for exchange of documents provided for in subdivision (b)(2) of this rule will occur before the expiration of the 12 days, the provisions of subdivision (b)(2) control. (2) Initial and Supplemental Proceedings. Any document required under this rule for any initial or supplemental proceeding shall be served on the other party for inspection and copying within 45 days of service of the initial pleading on the respondent. (c) Disclosure Requirements for Temporary Financial Relief. In any proceeding for temporary financial relief heard within 45 days of the service of the initial pleading or within any extension of the time for complying with mandatory disclosure granted by the court or agreed to by the parties, the following documents shall be served on the other party: (1) A financial affidavit in substantial conformity with Florida Family Law Rules of Procedure Form (b) if the party s gross annual income is less than $50,000, or Florida Family Law Rules of Procedure Form (c) if the party s gross annual income is equal to or more than $50,000. This requirement cannot be waived by the parties. The affidavit also must be filed with the court. (2) All federal and state income tax returns, gift tax returns, and intangible personal property tax returns filed by the party or on the party s behalf for the past year. A party may file a transcript of the tax return as provided by Internal Revenue Service Form 4506 in lieu of his or her individual federal income tax return for purposes of a temporary hearing. (3) IRS forms W-2, 1099, and K-1 for the past year, if the income tax return for that year has not been prepared. (4) Pay stubs or other evidence of earned income for the 3 months prior to service of the financial affidavit. (d) Parties Disclosure Requirements for Initial or Supplement Proceedings. A party shall serve the following documents in any proceeding for an initial or supplemental request for permanent financial relief, including, but not limited to, a request for child support, alimony, equitable distribution of assets or debts, or attorneys fees, suit money, or costs: (1) A financial affidavit in substantial conformity with Florida Family Law Rules of Procedure Form (b) if the party s gross annual income is less than $50,000, or Florida Family Law Rules of Procedure Form (c) if the party s gross annual income is equal to or more than $50,000, which requirement cannot be waived by the parties. The financial affidavits also must be filed with the court. A party may request, by using the Standard Family Law Interrogatories, or the court on its own motion may order, a party whose gross annual income is less than $50,000 to complete Florida Family Law Rules of Procedure Form (c).
9 (2) All federal and state income tax returns, gift tax returns, and intangible personal property tax returns filed by the party or on the party s behalf for the past 3 years. (3) IRS forms W-2, 1099, and K-1 for the past year, if the income tax return for that year has not been prepared. (4) Pay stubs or other evidence of earned income for the 3 months prior to service of the financial affidavit. (5) A statement by the producing party identifying the amount and source of all income received from any source during the 3 months preceding the service of the financial affidavit required by this rule if not reflected on the pay stubs produced. (6) All loan applications and financial statements prepared or used within the 12 months preceding service of that party s financial affidavit required by this rule, whether for the purpose of obtaining or attempting to obtain credit or for any other purpose. (7) All deeds within the last 3 years, all promissory notes within the last 12 months, and all present leases, in which the party owns or owned an interest, whether held in the party s name individually, in the party s name jointly with any other person or entity, in the party s name as trustee or guardian for any other person, or in someone else s name on the party s behalf. (8) All periodic statements from the last 3 months for all checking accounts, and from the last 12 months for all other accounts (for example, savings accounts, money market funds, certificates of deposit, etc.), regardless of whether or not the account has been closed, including those held in the party s name individually, in the party s name jointly with any other person or entity, in the party s name as trustee or guardian for any other person, or in someone else s name on the party s behalf. (9) All brokerage account statements in which either party to this action held within the last 12 months or holds an interest including those held in the party s name individually, in the party s name jointly with any person or entity, in the party s name as trustee or guardian for any other person, or in someone else s name on the party s behalf. (10) The most recent statement for any profit sharing, retirement, deferred compensation, or pension plan (for example, IRA, 401(k), 403(b), SEP, KEOGH, or other similar account) in which the party is a participant or alternate payee and the summary plan description for any retirement, profit sharing, or pension plan in which the party is a participant or an alternate payee. (The summary plan description must be furnished to the party on request by the plan administrator as required by 29 U.S.C. 1024(b)(4).) (11) The declarations page, the last periodic statement, and the certificate for all life insurance policies insuring the party s life or the life of the party s spouse, whether group insurance or otherwise, and all current health and dental insurance cards covering either of the parties and/or their dependent children. (12) Corporate, partnership, and trust tax returns for the last 3 tax years if the party has an ownership or interest in a corporation, partnership, or trust greater than or equal to 30%. (13) All promissory notes for the last 12 months, all credit card and charge account statements and other records showing the party s indebtedness as of the date of the filing of this action and for the last 3 months, and all present lease agreements, whether owed in the party s name individually, in the party s name jointly with any other person or entity, in the party s name as trustee or guardian for any other person, or in someone else s name on the party s behalf. (14) All written premarital or marital agreements entered into at any time between the parties to this marriage, whether before or during the marriage. Additionally, in any modification proceeding, each party shall serve on the opposing party all written agreements entered into between them at any time since the order to be modified was entered. (15) All documents and tangible evidence supporting the producing party s claim of special equity or nonmarital status of an asset or debt for the time period from the date of acquisition of the asset or debt to the date of production or from the date of marriage, if based on premarital acquisition. (16) Any court orders directing a party to pay or receive spousal or child support. (e) Duty to Supplement Disclosure; Amended Financial Affidavit. (1) Parties have a continuing duty to supplement documents described in this rule, including financial affidavits, whenever a material change in their financial status occurs.
10 (2) If an amended financial affidavit or an amendment to a financial affidavit is filed, the amending party also shall serve any subsequently discovered or acquired documents supporting the amendments to the financial affidavit. (f) Sanctions. Any document to be produced under this rule that is served on the opposing party fewer than 24 hours before a nonfinal hearing or in violation of the court s pretrial order shall not be admissible in evidence at that hearing unless the court finds good cause for the delay. In addition, the court may impose other sanctions authorized by rule as may be equitable under the circumstances. The court may also impose sanctions upon the offending lawyer in lieu of imposing sanctions on a party. (g) Extensions of Time for Complying with Mandatory Disclosure. By agreement of the parties, the time for complying with mandatory disclosure may be extended. Either party also may file, at least 5 days before the due date, a motion to enlarge the time for complying with mandatory disclosure. The court shall grant the request for good cause shown. (h) Objections to Mandatory Automatic Disclosure. Objections to the mandatory automatic disclosure required by this rule shall be served in writing at least 5 days prior to the due date for the disclosure or the objections shall be deemed waived. The filing of a timely objection, with a notice of hearing on the objection, automatically stays mandatory disclosure for those matters within the scope of the objection. For good cause shown, the court may extend the time for the filing of an objection or permit the filing of an otherwise untimely objection. The court shall impose sanctions for the filing of meritless or frivolous objections. (i) Certificate of Compliance. All parties subject to automatic mandatory disclosure shall file with the court a certificate of compliance, Florida Family Law Rules of Procedure Form , identifying with particularity the documents which have been delivered and certifying the date of service of the financial affidavit and documents by that party. Except for the financial affidavit and child support guidelines worksheet, no documents produced under this rule shall be filed in the court file without a court order. (j) Child Support Guidelines Worksheet. If the case involves child support, the parties shall file with the court at or prior to a hearing to establish or modify child support a Child Support Guidelines Worksheet in substantial conformity with Florida Family Law Rules of Procedure Form (e). This requirement cannot be waived by the parties. (k) Place of Production. (1) Unless otherwise agreed by the parties or ordered by the court, all production required by this rule shall take place in the county where the action is pending and in the office of the attorney for the party receiving production. Unless otherwise agreed by the parties or ordered by the court, if a party does not have an attorney or if the attorney does not have an office in the county where the action is pending, production shall take place in the county where the action is pending at a place designated in writing by the party receiving production, served at least 5 days before the due date for production. (2) If venue is contested, on motion by a party the court shall designate the place where production will occur pending determination of the venue issue. (l) Failure of Defaulted Party to Comply. Nothing in this rule shall be deemed to preclude the entry of a final judgment when a party in default has failed to comply with this rule.
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