The story of your divorce can Shape your future happiness...
The good news is that you get to write it.
not on fighting the old, but on building the new.” – Socrates
Successful Dispute Resolution Through Mediation And Collaborative Law
Finding creative solutions that work for everyone—whether divorcing, dissolving a business or resolving a dispute—is both tremendously challenging and truly satisfying. After a career spent litigating conflicts through the judicial system, it is a pleasure for me to offer alternatives that my clients find consistent with their personal values. Together we work to maintain a focus on what matters most: a resolution that leaves all parties with their shared goals achieved and their individual dignity intact. By facilitating productive discussion, I help people navigate the difficulties of the conflict without enduring the misery of combat.
The philosophy and techniques of mediation and collaborative law are often more effective and always far less stressful than the bureaucracy and battles that take place in court. Securing a future on your own terms can make your divorce (or commercial dispute) feel like the first chapter of a satisfying story, not a tale of regret and remorse. We aim for “real” resolution.
A Modern Approach With Your Interests At Heart
More than ever, people are turning to mediation and collaborative law to resolve their divorces and commercial disputes because of the unique benefits they provide. I am trained to resolve conflicts in a modern, practical way – with a focus on helping you create a stable and secure future. Together, we work toward common goals and achieve desired outcomes for everyone involved.
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Determining Whether Mediation Or Collaborative Law Services Are Right For You:
Ask yourself and your partner
- Do we want an efficient and less combative way to separate or divorce?
- Do we want a process that lets us make the important decisions that will affect our lives?
- Do we want a process that values protecting our family and our relationships?
- Are we willing to try to work together to find solutions that meet everyone’s needs?