MediationDiscover Clear, Calm and Unwavering Counsel
To help resolve your family law issues, you may attend a mediation with your spouse.
Both parties jointly retain a mediator who engages the parties in a discussion about the important issues and facilitates the negotiation process in order to reach a mutually satisfactory settlement.
The mediator is a lawyer or an expert in a particular field such as a social worker or a financial professional. The parties may attend mediation with or without lawyers, although each party is required to obtain independent legal advice at the end of the mediation process, since the mediator does not provide legal advice.
Jane is a collaborative family lawyer and mediator. As a relationship specialist, Jane provides customized solutions to separating couples and their families. She works with a team of financial and family professionals to make sure that only the smartest and most cost-effective steps are implemented. Her aim is to guide her clients through the process with unwavering support and a steady focus.Learn More
I have 30 years’ experience helping clients move beyond separation towards a better life. It can be a daunting time. Apart from questions about the law, clients ask: Where do I start? Will my kids adjust? Where will I live? What will my finances look like? How can I negotiate with my spouse when we are not on great terms? When will I be divorced? How long will this all take? How much will it cost?Learn More
I practice exclusively family law and help clients with smart, practical, and effective solutions tailored to each family. I work efficiently and focused on a positive outcome, whether in negotiations or in litigation. I understand the importance of clear communication in a family law matter and make sure that my clients are involved in each step of the process. I have experience in all types of family law processes, including negotiations, court, and collaborative divorce and offer my clients a wide range of options to choose from.Learn More