Coping with Separation? The process can be confusing...
Besides the enormous personal changes, you are confronted with a
legal maze and the need to make important financial decisions.
When trust has broken down, it helps tremendously to work with a
neutral facilitator, or mediator, who can take you through the
issues one by one, looking at options. In mediation, we look for
choices that might satisfy everyone's needs. Even if there is
tension and anger, mediation can assist you in planning a future
that meets your children's needs, and yours.
Mediation helps you
- Control the outcome of your divorce
- Resolve your parenting plan (custody)
- Save lots of money
- Avoid the emotional cost of litigation
WHAT IS THE COST OF A MEDIATED DIVORCE WITH DFMS?
How to Prepare for Mediation
About Mediator Roslyn Zinner, LCSW-C, ACSW, CM
Roslyn Zinner has mediated hundreds of divorce cases since 2000 and has been counseling individuals and couples since 1975. Her background as a psychotherapist provides the sensitivity and skill needed to work through difficult conflicts and interpersonal dynamics, to help you create a solid agreement for the future. She specializes in helping high conflict couples.