Mediation is a cooperative process that brings two parties together, with the assistance of a trained mediator, to clear up misunderstandings, find out concerns, and reach a cooperative and amicable resolution that meets both parties’ needs.
Some cases cannot be resolved without going to court. For cases that cannot be easily settled, we will vigorously represent you as we compassionately guide you through the legal process.
Our legal coaching allows the client to maintain control of their matter while they negotiate with their spouse or partner. Think of us as your ‘on call’ lawyer or as we like to be called: your ‘secret weapon’.
Limited Scope Representation
Together, we can share in the responsibility of your case.
You handle the fact finding and the ‘easy stuff’ and we’ll take on the more complicated legal issues.
We encourage new clientele to consult with other firms to ensure that they are making the best choice. Likewise, we offer second opinions to those who are considering hiring an attorney or are in the throes of a messy divorce.
Services for Lawyers
We partner with estate planners, civil, family and criminal attorney’s to assist in a wide range of services including: Serving as a Special Master, Premarital and Post-Nuptial Agreements, Property division between non-married partners, family issues related to immigration matters, name and gender change.
Our Areas of Practice
Adult Child Support
Assisted Reproduction Technology Litigation
Child Custody and Visitation
Child Custody Mediations
Child Support Arrearage
Cohabitation (“Living Together”) Agreements
Divorce with Children with Special Needs
Domestic Partnership Dissolution
Enforcement (or Set-Aside) of Pre-Marital and Post-Marital Agreements
Establishing Paternity or Maternity
Family Law Coaching
Gender and Name Changes
High Asset Divorce
Independent Legal Advice
Judgment Set Aside
Non-Marital Relationship Dissolution
Relocation and Move Away
Second Parent Adoption
Same Sex Marriage
Services for Lawyers
Third Party Consultations
Third and Multi Parent Litigation