The secret of change is to focus all of your energy, not on fighting the old, but on building the new. - Socrates

Traditional Mediation

Mediation with a neutral attorney-mediator promotes efficient and respectful conflict resolution.

Mediation is a conflict resolution process that keeps you and your spouse in the driver's seat.  As your attorney-mediator, I will provide you with accurate legal information, thereby empowering you to have a fair negotiation based on understanding.  As an experienced divorce attorney I understand the detailed decisions you will need to make in order to  reach a comprehensive, durable and legally sound agreement. At all times I remain a neutral party, assisting you and your spouse by providing helpful legal information -- I will not provide either of you with strategic legal advice. 

I am skilled at navigating difficult conversations productively -- I know when to stay quiet, when to speak up and how to keep you on task. It is my hope that through mediation you and your spouse will develop a productive communication style as you transition in your relationship from spouses to divorced co-parents. 

I leverage technology to streamline the divorce process - providing easy access to the documents and information you need.  Each mediation session will have a set agenda, with homework provided between meetings to help you prepare effectively for negotiations.  

I understand that divorce is stressful and distracting, disruptive to your everyday life -  I view it as my job to minimize the chaos you experience during the process. 

Mediation vs. Litigation: Mediation has numerous benefits for those that wish to be fair and honest in their dealings with one another. As compared to litigation, mediation is cost effective and unfolds at a pace you are both comfortable with.  Unlike in litigation, where your attorneys frequently discuss your case without you present, nothing in mediation happens without your input.  Rather than driving you and your partner farther apart by asking you to stay entrenched in your positions until someone comes out on top, mediation asks you to find a way to meet in the middle that is fair to everyone.

Mediation with Wevorce

Courageous people do not fear forgiving for the sake of peace. - Nelson Mandela

Wevorce is revolutionizing divorce by providing a high-tech, efficient, and emotionally sensitive approach to resolution.

With Wevorce you can cut the chaos out of your divorce by harnessing modern technology to streamline your negotiation process.  When you start working with Wevorce you will set a personalized roadmap for your divorce - once the roadmap is set, you will know just how many mediation sessions there will be and what will be accomplished at each session.  You are then given a set price for your divorce based on your personalized roadmap.  By showing you your complete path to resolution at the beginning of the divorce process, Wevorce enables planning and budgeting, thus eliminating the constant stress of mounting legal fees.  An essential part of divorce is the sharing of detailed financial information and sensitive documents, which is typically time consuming and logistically complex - when working with Wevorce you are given one secure location to upload all divorce related documents; those documents are then easily accessible to all parties.  Wevorce will summarize all divorce related activity and communication in one daily e-mail to you, so you aren't bombarded with divorce related communications throughout your day.  But Wevorce is more than just efficient software - as Wevorce puts it, this is divorce done right. 

Learn more about the Wevorce process by watching "Mary's Wevorce Story"

Mary wanted to divorce without the fight. Here's what Wevorce meant to her.


FLAT FEE BILLINGWevorce sets a flat fee at the end of your initial consultation - you may pay the entire fee upfront for a 10% discount, or spread the entire cost over five equal installment payments. 

Interested in Wevorce? Contact me HERE to learn more.

If you are interested in traditional mediation please e-mail me at, call me at (860) 481-3757, or write to me HERE