Boyer Receives Mediation Certification
Lake Charles, La. – March 23, 2017 -- Lee W. Boyer recently received certification in family and divorce mediation from the Mediation Institute in Oklahoma City, Oklahoma. Admitted into the Louisiana Bar Association in 1984 and the Texas Bar Association in 2001, he has over 30 years’ experience specializing in family law cases and has headed the firm’s family law practice for the last 20 years. This certification qualifies him to mediate family and divorce cases including custody, child support, spousal support and community property partitions.
“Successful mediation is a benefit to everyone involved,” stated Boyer. “By working cooperatively together, all parties participate in a fair and agreeable resolution process, which can result in a timely end to their dispute.”
In addition to his family law practice, Boyer has extensive experience in the areas of real estate, title insurance, commercial transactions and has represented numerous local developers regarding shopping centers, commercial buildings, subdivision developments and joint ventures.
Boyer received his B.S. and J.D. degree from Louisiana State University. He served as law clerk for the Honorable Edwin F. Hunter, U.S. District Judge for Western District of Louisiana. He is currently a member of the Southwest Louisiana Bar Association, Louisiana State Bar, the Southwest Louisiana Title Examiners Roundtable, the Notarial Committee for Calcasieu Parish serving as their Chairman in 1998 and 2003 and the Texas State Bar Association and Southwest La. Family Law Section serving as Chairman in 2011 and 2012.