New Panelist Cynthia LeMay joins One Mediation

Cynthia LeMayMs. LeMay’s professional career in negotiation makes her uniquely positioned to arbitrate and mediate. In addition to negotiating union contracts, Ms. LeMay has brokered multi-million dollar deals for businesses and individuals. Her financial background serves parties well when a business dispute or family matter is being worked out. In today’s economic climate, her knowledge of business, tax, and related legal matters has proven invaluable to parties who seek to work out their own resolution in lieu of prolonged litigation.

With her successes in corporate negotiations, Ms. LeMay has been called upon to mediate high-income couple’s divorces. She has assisted parties with unraveling their highly entangled finances and business ventures, and enjoys assisting any divorcing parties with the equally important issues of
co-parenting. Ms. LeMay specializes in QDRO’s (Qualified Domestic Relations Orders), which involve division of benefits such as retirement. This expertise resonates with parties whose longer-term marriages have dissolved.

Ms. LeMay also has extensive experience with employee benefits and Human Resources issues, such as EEOC Charges of Discrimination, Employee Recruitment and EAP programs. She not only holds Series 7 and 63 NASD licenses, but also holds a certification as a Senior Professional in Human Resource Management (SPHR). Ms. LeMay has been a registered mediator with the State of Georgia since 1993.

Ms. LeMay is available to mediate on weekdays and weekends. Click on the Schedule button above to review her availability for mediation services.


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