Family Law Mediation Services has trained mediators with significant family law experience. Our mediators are skilled at working with the parties to facilitate a resolution.
EMILY MCFARLING, ESQ.
Strengths: Divorce, High Conflict Custody, Complex Property DivisionEmily is a Board Certified Family Law Specialist and has practiced almost exclusively family law since becoming an attorney in 2003 and formed McFarling Law Group. Emily became a certified mediator in 1999 through Humboldt University in Berlin, Germany. Emily receives mediation referrals from family court Judges through the Settlement Masters program as a trusted and effective mediator. Emily is a certified Parenting Coordinator on the Outsource Referral list for the Clark County Family Court and works with high conflict parents to resolve ongoing disputes.
MICHAEL BURTON, ESQ.
Strengths: Divorce, Custody, Property and Debt Division
Michael Burton has worked at McFarling Law Group since 2008. During that time, he has acted as the initial point of contact for new clients. In his role, Michael has reviewed over 8,000 family law cases during his time at McFarling Law Group.
Michael has a Bachelor’s in Business Administration in Management from UNLV and obtained his Juris Doctor from Boyd School of Law. While at Boyd, Michael was selected as the Outstanding Community Service Volunteer for Summer 2014 and also received an academic scholarship.
ASHLEE VAZQUEZ, ESQ.
Strengths: Child Custody, DivorceAshlee has worked at McFarling Law Group since 2014. She graduated from UNLV’s Boyd School of Law in 2016. Ashlee has worked for years in the family law court system as a Court Appointed Special Advocate (CASA) advocating for the best interests of foster children stuck in the middle of legal disputes. Ashlee has taken several mediation training seminars through the nationally renowned Saltman Center for Conflict Resolution, and participated in the Mediation Clinic providing, free mediation services to small claims litigants and family court litigants who cannot afford to pay for services while in law school.