Split Simple's attorney-mediators are skilled, experienced and valued members of their local legal and mediation communities. They've been recognized for the quality of their work and their professional ethics and are members of several prestigious organizations. As such, you can trust in the quality of the work we provide you.
Here are just a few of the organizations our attorney-mediators are proud to be a part of:
Colorado Bar Association
The Colorado Bar Association is an organization that is designed to improve the legal practice of its members through education and community. To join the bar, a lawyer must be a licensed attorney in the state of Colorado and remain in good standing with the state.
The Academy of Professional Mediators
Members of the APFM provide mediation services in the field of divorce, child custody, estate law and other complicated fields to families when needed. The organization helps member mediators improve their practice, while also providing mediators with an easy network of referrals should additional expertise be required.
The Mediation Association of Colorado
The Mediation Association of Colorado connects courts and concerned members of the public with trained, accredited mediation professionals. All MAC mediators complete comprehensive training programs, mediate in at least 10 cases for at least 100 hours of work and maintain their education through various training programs.
Better Business Bureau
Finally, there's the Better Business Bureau, which everyone knows. The BBB accredits businesses and provides customers with an avenue to pursue grievances related to the conduct of a business. A BBB seal means that the company has been accredited by the Bureau, which requires meeting vigorous standards. You can view our BBB report here.