Ansbacher Law Attorney Bryan Rendzio Approved by Florida Supreme Court as Certified Family Mediator


Ansbacher Law attorney, mediator, and arbitrator Bryan Rendzio has been approved by the Florida Supreme Court as a Certified Family Mediator.

The Supreme Court of Florida, through the Florida Dispute Resolution Center, offers certification for mediators in the areas of county court, family, circuit court, dependency and appellate cases. In most cases, parties select the mediator of their own choice.  Mr. Rendzio is able to serve as a mediator for divorce, custody or other family law disputes.

To achieve certification as a family law mediator, Mr. Rendzio completed a family law mediation training course approved by the Florida Supreme Court, and participated in supervised family mediation sessions. Mr. Rendzio has served as a Circuit Court Judge for the Family Law Division of the Seventh Judicial Circuit and has mediated over 800 disputes throughout his career.

Supreme Court Family Law Mediators are neutral, non-biased, and always work for the mutual good of the parties. Mediation opens lines of communication and allows parties to explore all settlement option in order to resolve disputes. During family law mediation, parties work on an agreement of issues including: division of assets and debts, alimony, child support, shared parenting plans.

Mr. Rendzio can assist with any other mediation needs as well. He has experience in mediating cases in insurance-coverage issues, real estate/title disputes, construction defect matters, bond/lien claims, business-litigation disputes, and personal injury actions.

Bryan Rendzio is the head of Ansbacher Law’s Alternate Dispute Resolution (“ADR”) department. He is available to mediate both family law and civil disputes throughout Florida. He is also a panel mediator an panel arbitrator for the American Arbitration Association.

To schedule a mediation with  Mr. Rendzio, please call Ansbacher Law at 904-737-4600 or email Alternatively, you can use the available online scheduling function available at