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Settling Your Divorce, A Guide to Mediating Virtually

Ryan R. Bauerle | June 23, 2020

This this video, Goranson Bain Ausley attorney Ryan Bauerle discusses what to expect in a Zoom mediation.

Should you have any questions about virtual mediation, please feel free to contact Ryan Bauerle at 214-473-9696.

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Ryan Bauerle practices family law out of a commitment to achieving fair and equitable outcomes, while also preserving as much financial stability for clients and their children as possible.

Excelling in contested custody matters, Ryan finds work with families and children especially meaningful. He brings compassion and experience to situations involving special needs, mental health issues, and substance abuse. He makes sure his clients always know what the “next step” is, and strives to alleviate their anxieties so they can focus on what is important.

Ryan is Board Certified in Family Law by the Texas Board of Legal Specialization. The Board Certification process is rigorous and thorough with stringent, ongoing requirements after initial certification.

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