MEDIATION

A family law mediator is a neutral party trained to assist couples in identifying issues, communication and towards a mutually-beneficial resolution without the need for court intervention and costly attorney fees. Mediation is the least adversarial way to end a marriage or determine a mutually-beneficial custody schedule in the best interest of the child[ren]. During mediation, couples are guided toward working out a fair and reasonable agreement on issues including but not limited to: division of property and debt, custodial arrangements or any other disputed matter.

 

Average Rating:
5.0
Total Number of Reviews:
4
 
  • May 30, 2019
    Ginny, P.
    As a stay at home mom with a divorce on the rise, I was scared to death. I came to Maureen, essentially putting my life in her hands. She helped me file for divorce, get custody of my children, and a support order that will allow me to raise my kids on my own. Maureen lifted the rock of stress I was carrying and gave me new perspective to start again. Maureen and her paralegal now feel like family as they have walked me through my toughest times. Thankful is an understatement.
  • February 5, 2019
    S. J.
    My step parent adoption went through without a hitch. Thanks, Maureen!
  • January 11, 2019
    Fred, C.
    I was behind the 8-ball in custody and Maureen helped me gain 50/50 custody in a short period of time. Thankfully, everything turned around in my favor once I hired her. She did a great job!
  • January 11, 2019
    Miller
    Convinced my ex to go to mediation instead of us embarrassing ourselves in court and he went reluctantly. I wasn't sure what to expect since he constantly over talks me but he listened to her feedback and we reached an agreement to avoid court.
 
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