Supreme Court Certified Circuit Civil Mediator
Florida Bar Board Certified Civil Trial Law and Business Ligitation
Why I Choose to Mediate
I have tried a lot of cases since I became a lawyer almost 30 years ago. And no matter how successful the outcome of a trial, I have never had a client say, “Gee, that was fun! I’d like to do that again!”
It doesn’t matter who “wins” or who “loses” at trial. The fact is, for all the litigants involved, trials and the litigation process are stressful, distracting, inefficient, and time-consuming. They also take their toll – financially, physically, and emotionally. The result is uncertain because the decision is left to strangers who will never understand or care about your dispute as much as you do.
The mediation process is successful and desirable because it puts the power in your hands to end the litigation according to terms you choose. Mediation isn’t just about ending legal disputes. It’s about quality of life.
I choose to mediate because I can bring decades of litigation experience and strategy to the mediation process to assist parties in bridging the seemingly unbridgeable differences between them and help them move on with their lives and their businesses.
K.C. Bouchillon is a certified circuit court mediator who mediates business, commercial, construction, personal injury, insurance, and other civil disputes. He is Double Board Certified by the Florida Bar as a business litigation and civil trial expert, a distinction held by fewer than 100 of Florida’s 100,000+ attorneys.
Since he began practicing law after graduating Ole Miss Law School in 1991, K.C. has represented plaintiffs and defendants in business disputes, commercial and construction litigation, insurance coverage issues, enforcement of non-compete agreements, HOA disputes, homeowners claims, and personal injury/wrongful death claims.
In addition to his mediation practice, K.C. has an active civil trial practice. He is an active member of the local bar, a Master in the Willson American Inn of Court (past president), and former chair of the 10th Judicial Circuit’s Professionalism Committee. K.C. lives in Bartow with his wife, Debra.
- $370.00 per hour
- 2-Party Mediation: $185.00 per party per hour (2 hour minimum)
- 3-Party Mediation: $145.00 per party per hour (2 hour minimum)
- 4-or more Party Mediation: $120.00 per party per hour (2 hour minimum)
- CFMG charges a $95.00 administration fee per party.