Eliminate the fear, anger, and uncertainty. And keep your separation and divorce out of court.
You have options when it comes to your separation and divorce. Will you become involved in an adversarial process like litigation? Or would you prefer to resolve your issues with the help of a compassionate and experienced divorce mediator and attorney?
Will you air the dirty laundry of your marriage in public? Or do you want to work through matters privately?
Will your separation leave lasting emotional scars on your children? Or will you protect your children by working together as coparents?
Mediation and the collaborative process offer a way for you to separate with grace and dignity. We provide a safe environment where you can discuss practical solutions without the expense, stress, and uncertainty of going to court. We’ll help you divide assets and liabilities fairly, create appropriate parenting plans, and establish separate, independent new lives.
Wherever you are in the process, we’ll meet you there. Separation and divorce bring up a lot of emotions. We’ll help you move forward one step at a time. Our style is low-key, non-confrontational, and facilitative. We’ll work in short but intensive sessions to give you time to process information and make smart decisions. We are patient and tireless in pursuit of win-win solutions.
Along the way, you’ll have access to our network of experts, including divorce financial analysts, therapists, realtors, mortgage loan officers, appraisers, pension valuation experts, insurance agents, and child psychologists. These professionals can provide advice and education to expand your available options.
Our Guiding Principles
- We view our clients’ circumstances holistically.
- We empower our clients to address their needs and interests, rather than engaging in gamesmanship and positional bargaining, when exploring solutions to conflict and negotiating agreements.
- Private, out-of-court resolution of disputes is almost always preferable to litigation.
- Children should be protected to the maximum extent possible from physical, mental, and emotional harm and financial hardship resulting from their parents’ separation and divorce.