Fayette County Mediation, LLC
We provide claimants a confidential and professional process to resolve their legal dispute(s) amicably with the facilitation of an impartial third party without incurring the cost of an attorney.
Fayette County Mediation, LLC provides a confidential, professional process for claimants to resolve their legal dispute(s) amicably with the facilitation of an impartial third party without incurring the cost of an attorney.
Consistent with the Texas Alternative Dispute Resolution Procedures Act, this process results in an agreement that carries the weight of a legal contract. Every participant is fully invested in the process, contributes voluntarily, and equitably and safely shares and satisfies her/his needs and wants.
Our Scheduling Process
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Our Service Area
Fayette County Mediation, LLC serves Austin, Bastrop, Colorado, Fayette, Gonzales, Lavaca, Lee, and Washington counties, including the following towns and communities in Texas.
Cedar Creek, Texas
Chappel Hill, Texas
Eagle Lake, Texas
La Grange, Texas
Rock Island, Texas
Round Top, Texas
Connie Buscha, PhD
Fayette County Texas Mediator
Dr. Connie Ann Buscha was born in Houston, Texas. She attended Mount Carmel High School in Houston, graduating in 1983. After three semesters at Texas A&M University in College Station, Dr. Buscha enlisted in the United States Marine Corps, completing Boot Camp at Parris Island, South Carolina, in March 1985. After completing training for MOS 1345, Engineer Equipment Operator, at Fort Leonard Wood, Missouri, Dr. Buscha began an 18-month tour of duty on Camp Foster in Okinawa, Japan in September 1985. Dr. Buscha completed her active duty career stationed at Camp Pendleton, California, and then New River Air Station in Jacksonville, North Carolina, completing her contract in January 1989 as a Corporal.
Returning to Texas as a Marine Corps Reservist after activation at Camp Lejeune, North Carolina, during Desert Storm/Desert Shield, Dr. Buscha graduated from Texas A&M in 1994 with a B.S. in Sociology and was inducted into Alpha Kappa Delta. She attended Officer Candidate School at Quantico, Virginia, in 1995. She returned to Texas permanently as a civilian and entered the Master’s program in Sociology at Texas State University. She received her M.A. in May 2003 and completed her Ph.D. at Texas State at 2020. She retired from State service the same year to start Fayette County Mediation, LLC.
In her spare time, Dr. Buscha conducts scholarly research and writes articles, contributing frequently to Armed Forces & Society, for which she also serves as a reviewer. She enjoys her rural lifestyle, raising Boer goats and llamas on her small working ranch north of La Grange, Texas. She enjoys competitive trail riding and participating in sporting clays tournaments.
Disclaimer: Fayette County Mediation, LLC is a facilitation service and does not substitute for legal counsel. If the complexity of the issue(s) is determined to be beyond the scope of the certified mediator, claimant(s) will be referred to external resources.
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