Jill Kalter

Jill Kalter

FL Supreme Court Certified Circuit Civil and Appellate Mediator| Paralegal| President at Resolve Mediation
As a Certified Paralegal with a Master's Degree in Public Administration, earning honors and entry into Pi Alpha Alpha, the Honor Society for Public Affairs and Administration; having over 22 years' experience in the legal field; Jill Kalter, Resolve Mediation's founder, is uniquely positioned to serve as 'The People's Mediator.' A natural negotiator with a gift for listening, her experience, determination, and integrity enable her to relate specifically to her clients' needs.

A certified Florida Supreme Court Circuit Mediator and Appellate Mediator, Jill's passion is listening to and facilitating negotiations by allowing each party's voice to be heard. Her goal is to provide a voluntary resolution to issues in dispute.
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A Template for Mediation

A Template for Mediation

Jill Kalter Another quick example of pursuing mediation with or without representation comes from a variety of programs offered through your State. The State of Utah for example has Utah's Dispute Resolution Center1 available to its citizens. The Utah Dispute Resolution Center is a non-profit and has an impressive Community Association Program offering a sliding scale fee and qualified pro bono Mediators. Additionally, the Center offers mediation services to low income homeowners in disputes that do not require a monetary settlement. Great resources such as this program are offered in most states nationwide. Read More... [et_social_share]
HOA Mediation — And Your Community

HOA Mediation — And Your Community

Jill Kalter Oftentimes when someone mentions mediation, divorce instantly comes to mind, not how it applies to your HOA. Some states have adopted mediation as the “go to” standard in HOA disputes prior to entering litigation. The State of Florida Homeowners Association Act requires presuit mediation before litigation.i Colorado’s Judicial Department Office of Dispute Resolution promotes HOA mediation, guiding parties through the system and promoting the benefits of mediation.ii These are just two examples of states that use mediation in HOA disputes. Read More... [et_social_share]

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