Understanding all your alternatives thoroughly should not be an option; it should be the standard.

What makes a situation “complex”?

  • Closely-held companies
  • Family businesses
  • Children with special needs
  • Non-traditional families

To go from blank pages to legally binding documents, I’ll help you:

  • Understand what’s at stake.
  • Gain insight on directions we can take and the “best practices” we can use.
  • Learn to attack “the problem”—not each other.
  • Communicate your needs effectively, even when your personalities differ drastically.
  • Identify what’s truly important to each of you, so you can focus on what really matters.
  • Create parenting plans you can live with today—and tomorrow.
  • Recruiting subject matter experts where we agree they will add value to resolving your issues.

The impact on children

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 creating  cash flow are among the financial tasks we will address. 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 were founded upon.