Blog Posts in 2015

Jeremy Buckmaster Obtains Certification as a Family Mediator

At Buckmaster & Ellzey, our attorneys are committed to excellence in every area of our practice. This was recently demonstrated by Attorney Jeremy Buckmaster, when he completed all of the necessary ...
Continue reading "Jeremy Buckmaster Obtains Certification as a Family Mediator" »

Supreme Court Ruling of Same-Sex Marriages May Also Affect Family Law

The United States Supreme Court ruled on June 26 th, 2015, that same-sex marriages would be legalized in all 50 states. The news shocked the nation as the country joined several others across the ...
Continue reading "Supreme Court Ruling of Same-Sex Marriages May Also Affect Family Law" »

Jeremy Buckmaster Selected as Vice Chair of the Citizens' Law Enforcement Advisory Board

Our firm is proud to announce the most recent accomplishment achieved by Attorney Jeremy Buckmaster. Mr. Buckmaster was selected by the City of Ormond Beach to serve as the Vice Chair of the ...
Continue reading "Jeremy Buckmaster Selected as Vice Chair of the Citizens' Law Enforcement Advisory Board" »

Does a Judge Need to Order Mediation?

In most cases, mediation is a decision made by both spouses as an alternative to divorce court. However, there are instances when a judge can choose to send a couple to mediation, which is referred to ...
Continue reading "Does a Judge Need to Order Mediation?" »

What Does a Mediator Do?

Couples hoping to minimize conflict and avoid going to court may find that mediation is the most effective way to resolve their divorce. Mediation is quickly becoming a popular alternative to divorce ...
Continue reading "What Does a Mediator Do?" »

Do You Have to Have an Attorney for Mediation?

There is no question that mediation is much different than traditional divorce. While divorce court often invokes visions of conflict and stress, mediation promotes communication between both spouses ...
Continue reading "Do You Have to Have an Attorney for Mediation?" »