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Mediation changes the way people divorce, for the better. Mediation can lead to better cooperation as co-parents. It can save you time, money and reduce stress. Whether your case is a divorce, custody action or modification, mediation can help you work out a settlement and avoid going to court. With over 30 years of experience as a family law attorney and 25 years as a certified family law mediator, I can work with you to resolve your issues and move forward.

A courtroom is sometimes not the best place to work out family issues. ​​ Traditional litigation is incredibly expensive, stressful and time-consuming.

Families often do better with mediation, which gives you and your spouse the opportunity to explore your positions on the issues and negotiate a satisfactory outcome. Mediation also allows you to remain in control of the divorce process and outcome. Rather than a judge deciding your case, you and your spouse can arrive at agreements that benefit your specific family and its needs.

Another benefit to settling your legal issues at the mediation table rather than in a courtroom is it encourages good communication and sets a positive tone for future interactions with your spouse. After you are divorced, your relationship will become that of co-parents. Depending on the ages of your children, you may have many years of co-parenting ahead of you. What better time to start off on a positive note than when your co-parenting relationship is just beginning?

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​​ I’m a trained and certified mediator. Through my work as a mediator, I aim to conduct each mediation with efficiency, caring and compassion. ​​ If you are interested in mediation, please contact me at 215- 470-3121 or email me at

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