Uroboros Mediations have the following services:
Divorce Mediations – This includes divorce, Separation, Custody, Child support, Property Division, Spousal Support, Adoptions, Surrogacy matters
LBGTQ+ Family Issues: Child Relocation, Gender Reassignment Surgery, Emancipation, and Same-Sex Divorce and Separation matter
Certified Divorce Coach,
Advanced Practitioner Academy of ACR’s Family Mediators,
NCDRC Certified Mediator in Family Financial,
Arkfeld eDiscovery Advanced Specialist,
North Carolina State Human Resources Employment Mediator,
North Carolina Certified Paralegal
North Carolina Bar Association (NCBA) – Dispute Resolution Section Council Member & Dispute Resolution Section’s Pro Bono Committee
Business Network International (BNI)
Professional Member of the Association of Conflict Resolution
Salim is the owner of Uroboros Mediations, LLC, a solo-practitionership established in 2018 located in Charlotte, NC.
Salim holds the following credentials:
* NCDRC – Certified Family Financial Mediator,
* CDC Certified Divorce Coach, CDC Certified Transition & Recovery Coach,
* an Approved Mediator for U.S. Federal Court Western District of North Carolina,
* and NC OSHR Employment Mediator.
Before opening his own business, Salim diligently worked at Mecklenburg County Courthouse for three years and handled Domestic, Civil, Criminal, Special Proceedings, and Estates cases.
Salim graduated from High Point University with a B.S. in Psychology and a B.A. in Political Science in 2013. Also, Salim graduated from Central Piedmont Community College’s Post Baccalaureate Paralegal Program with honors and received the Outstanding Student Award in Paralegal Technology in 2015.
Salim combines perseverance, passion, and empathy to achieve hard-won successes and constant diversification of his skills, talents, and network. He is one of two Advanced Practitioners of the Association of Conflict Resolution Academy of Family Mediators in North Carolina. Also, Salim is a North Carolina Certified Paralegal and eDiscovery Advanced Specialist. He is a member of the Dispute Resolution Council for the North Carolina Bar Association (NCBA), is an active member of its Race and Equity Committee, and is the Co-Chair of the Section Pro Bono Committee. Locally, Salim served on the Mecklenburg Justice Access Initiative Dispute Resolution Committee, A member of Business Networking International, and the Charlotte LGBT Chamber of Commerce.
As a Social Entrepreneur, Salim attempts to find new ways to innovate to increase social harmony and goodwill within his immediate communities and society. He is the Dispute Resolution Group (DRG) co-owner alongside his business partner, Amy Cox Gruendel, which provides dispute resolution consulting services to organizations looking to innovate. In response to COVID-19, Amy and Salim have created a pilot-program called Dispute Resolution Hotline that aids the Mecklenburg District Court in handling the backlog caused by the pandemic and assists tenants and landlords in engaging in a voluntary mediation program.
Salim conducted many Pro Bono mediations with the City of Charlotte’s Dispute Settlement Program, Conflict Resolution Center of Cabarrus County. He currently conducts them with the NC Office of State Human Resources.