Fair, Thorough and Compassionate Divorce Mediation Services
Let us help keep your divorce peaceful and get you a thorough agreement that's fair to both of you and puts your children first!
If you or your spouse lives in any of the following states, (click on your state for individual office locations), you can mediate with us either virtually using our convenient Mediation-On-The-Go™ online divorce mediation format or in-person using our Mediation-In-A-Day format:
We've also successfully mediated cases in:
So if you or your spouse live in any of those states, you can mediate with us using our Mediation-On-The-Go™ online divorce mediation format.
No matter which way you choose to work with us, you’ll receive a comprehensive, high quality and personalized mediation experience with no differences in the effectiveness of the process or the results.
And you'll always work exclusively with the two of us no matter which state you live in.
Joe, I just wanted to tell you that we appreciate how you and Cheryl both were so professional and helped us through this difficult process. You even managed to make us laugh a few times.
We truly benefited by your team approach. Thank you.
Thank you so much for all of the help and support you provided throughout the mediation process.
"S" and I weren't sure what to expect but after meeting and working with you, we knew we made the right choice.
From guiding us through the issues to ensuring our agreement was thorough to the kindness they showed us during our time working together, Joe and Cheryl didn't let us down.
We are grateful for everything they did to make a highly emotional and very personal event easier on us and our family.
No! Absolutely Not!
We know there are divorce franchises out there, but to us, franchises are better-suited to fast-food, not divorce.
What’s with all the offices?
Divorce is stressful enough and from the day we started our mediation practice, our philosophy has always been to meet our clients where they are to make their divorce mediation as convenient as possible.
We have access to local, private meeting spaces which allow us to serve a broader community of divorcing couples who want and need our services, instead of only being limited to a single office location.
Oh, and in case you’re wondering, we limit the number of clients we take on at any one time to ensure that all of our clients get the most responsive and best service possible.
How can you practice in all these states?
Believe it or not, the issues that need to be resolved in a divorce are the same no matter where you live!
You’ve got to develop a plan to raise your kids (parenting), figure out how you’re going to share in the cost to raise them (child support), determine if one of you needs financial support post-divorce (a.k.a. alimony, spousal support, maintenance or spousal maintenance, depending on the state), and divide up your property and debts (equitable distribution or community property).
And while there are subtle nuances in how the issues are resolved from state-to-state, the majority of what needs to be accomplished is the same.
Naturally, we’ve taken the time to research the issues in each of the states we practice in. And we continue to stay abreast of updates and changes to these issues in a variety of ways that range from professional membership organizations, conferences, seminars and state-related publications.
I live in a state in which you practice but you don’t have an office near me. Can we still work together?
The answer is: Yes!
You can use our online mediation format (we call it Mediation-On-The-Go or virtual mediation) and still get the same great results.
In fact, our clients love the convenience so much that 90% of them choose to mediate with us this way, even when we have an office near them.
This all sounds great so how do I and my spouse get started?
That's easy. Book an Initial Meeting for the two of you!
Going through a divorce will likely be one of the most significant and stressful life events you will ever face. But finding a qualified professional to help you shouldn't be the hardest part of it.
Lucky for you, it doesn't have to be!
To start the process, book an initial meeting for you and your spouse.