Natalie Baird has litigated hundreds of Family Law matters during her career, from simple divorces involving child support, equitable distribution and timesharing to highly-contested divorces.
Natalie understands the needs and concerns of the parties and prides herself on an impartial view with the goal of mitigating the need for lengthy litigation. Well-versed in Family Law, Natalie understands that in most cases, with complicated circumstances and lots of emotions at play, there truly are no winners, only the best solutions for difficult transitions.
In addition to her law practice, Natalie is actively involved in the Tampa Bay community. Together with Cory Baird, they also founded a non-profit program called Are You Safe, Inc. along with two other attorneys.
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Outside of the mediation room, Natalie is a mom to Faith Baird, who is 8 years old and loving 3rd grade.
Natalie enjoys golfing, participating in Duathlons, and traveling around the world in her spare time. Most recently, Natalie traveled to Turks and Caicos and Paris, France.
Natalie’s passion in life is helping others by sharing her own journey and experiences. Because she understands and has experienced a healthy divorce, Natalie is able to help resolve family law cases amicably. She especially considers herself helpful in cases where couples with children need mediation in order to co-parent and divorce in a non-toxic way.
The Face of a Healthy Divorce
The Face of Dispute Resolution & Divorce
Redefining the approach to end a marriage is why Natalie devotes her law practice to a Court-less way to resolve family matters. Natalie’s credentials as a Board Certified Family Law attorney, Supreme Court Certified Family Law Mediator, and trained Collaborative Divorce attorney, gives her the expertise and skills to assist the parties to resolution in their case. She is one of the most successful family law mediators in central Florida. Parties that settled their family law matter are happier and healthier because they control their future. Through her experience in the Family Law Courts, Natalie realized there are no winners and parties leave the Courthouse dissatisfied. A healthy divorce is the result of parties resolving their case through mediation or a collaborative divorce. Credit: Tampa Bay Metro Magazine