About Us

Lisa A. Dasher, J.D.

Lisa A. Dasher is a veteran and native of Florida. She has lived and worked in Jacksonville for more than ten years. Lisa has mediated more than 1,000 family cases as a Court mediator in Duval, Clay and Nassau Counties. In 2013, Lisa established Jacksonville Family Mediation. Lisa provides reasonably priced services to families in Northeast Florida. She mediates both clients who are represented by legal counsel, as well as non-represented clients. She conducts mediation at any point in the legal process to include pre-suit and post judgment. Lisa offers mediation services in the areas of dissolution of marriage, paternity, guardianship, cases involving the elder or the incapacitated, probate, and adoption. She also conducts social investigations in family law matters.

Lisa is a graduate of Florida State University and Florida Coastal School of Law. She is the volunteer coordinator for Jacksonville Area Legal Aid’s Clay County Family Law Clinic, and serves on the board of directors for Three Rivers Legal Service and Jacksonville Women’s Lawyers Association.

She is a member of the American Bar Association, The Florida Bar, the Jacksonville Bar Association, the Clay County Bar Association, Collaborative Family Law Group of Northeast Florida, and the Family Law Inn of Court (2006-2013, 2015).

For more information please contact her at (904) 866-0268 or lisa@jacksonvillefamilymediation.com.


Diane Bellamy

I am a Family mediator. I retired from the State of Florida with thirty-four years of service assisting clients with dissolution of marriage filings and recording of marriage licenses for all sixty-seven counties in the State of Florida. Currently, I have a contract with Columbia county courthouse as a Family Mediator.

I graduated from Jacksonville University with a Bachelor of Science Degree, and a Master of Legal Studies degree from Kaplan University in Chicago, Illinois. Helping people is my passion, mediation is a less cost effective process for parties to come to a settlement agreement rather than going through litigation.


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