“In the middle of every difficulty lies opportunity.” – Albert Einstein

Emotions can have you continually circling back to the root of the problem instead of solving it.

Sometimes fear and anger become embedded in the conflict, keeping you and your partner shackled by argument. But what if there were a solution that would leave you both satisfied enough to move forward instead of back? Would you be willing to explore it? You might find that the seemingly simple act of “agreeing to look for the solution” changes your perspective—and creates light at the end of the tunnel.

I can help you make smart divorce decisions—and reach closure. We will:

  1. Work to listen and understand the complete picture from a more objective, yet still empathetic, perspective.
  2. Identify what’s really important to both of you.
  3. Tackle difficult topics including resentment, trust issues and money.
  4. Focus on attacking “the problem”not each other.
  5. “Create space” for both of you to see the possibilities for resolution.
  6. Plan for future changes while working to resolve current custody and asset issues.
  7. Develop sound parenting arrangements (if children are involved).

If children are involved: The impact

When children are involved, everything you say, do, and feel is magnified. Mundane issues can become points of contention. Read more>

Financial arrangements:

Maximizing wealth and managing cash flow are  of critical importance. Read more>

Everyone should have their needs met—even in the most complex and challenging situations.

Finding better solutions through less adversarial means is what mediation and collaborative law are all about.