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Rita Boyd - Family Law Attorney & Mediator

Family Law CourtsYou may be asking what is a mediator at law. A mediator at law is a person or occasionally a commission which is appointed to mediate or to be in oversight negotiations between parties in litigation or conflict. This covers a wide range of topics and could be a court appointed situation.

Usually, mediators have a background and are graduated in diplomacy and/or law, and may be specialized as well in negotiation, interpersonal psychology or other suitable fields.

The intervention of a mediator allows for the resolution of conflicts in a peaceful and fair way. If you have some particular issues you believe you need help with or would like to discuss, please give me a call at 972-380-8000. Since 1992 it has been my pleasure to serve the Dallas Fort Worth Metroplex in the fields of Family Law and in the expertise of Bankruptcy. Call me today and together we can find a resolution for your current challenges.

Contact Information:

Rita M. Boyd, Attorney
Law Office of Rita M. Boyd, P.C.
5057 Keller Springs Road
Suite 300
Addison TX 75001
Phone: 972-380-8000
Email: Email Rita
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What Rita's Clients Say

"Rita, I just want to thank you so much for all that you haveve done for my son and I. I'm very excited and privileged to be his guardian."
  -- Laura S.

We had a contested, adversarial hearing. Rita Boyd was totally prepared. She used her creativity, knowledge of the law, and finesse to my distinct advantage. I walked out of the court room knowing the Judge had heard my side of the story.

  -- Tony L., Navasota, Texas