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Preserve your emotional and financial integrity through mediation

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Preserve your emotional and financial integrity through mediation.

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I help families navigate the divorce process in a more productive way. I bring compassion, financial savvy, and a deep commitment to mediation — and strive to preserve your emotional and financial integrity for your life going forward.

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Kim
Whelan

I help families navigate the divorce process in a more productive way. I bring compassion, financial savvy, and a deep commitment to mediation — and strive to preserve your emotional and financial integrity for your life going forward.

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WHY MEDIATION?

Preserve your assets for you life going forward by using mediation to save time and money.

Remember that you know your family best. Mediation gives you significantly more control over the process.

Keep your emotional equilibrium. A skilled mediator doesn’t allow your anger or fear to drive the process.

Maintain effective communication to avoid escalating conflict. Mediation focuses on the opportunities, not the battle.

Put your children first. For parents, mediation increases the likelihood of a productive co-parenting relationship after the divorce.

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WHY MEDIATION?

Benefits:

Preserve your assets for your life going forward by using mediation to save time and money.

Remember that you know your family best. Mediation gives you significantly more control over the process.

Focus on the opportunities, not the battle. Mediation helps you maintain effective communication and avoid escalating conflict.

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Be a good listener.
Your ears will never get you in trouble.

– Frank Tyger

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In the midst of difficulty, lies opportunity.

– Albert Einstein

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Courage is what it takes to stand up and speak.
Courage is also what it takes to sit down and listen.

– Winston Churchill

Be a good listener. Your ears will never get you in trouble.

--Frank Tyger

FAQs

How long does it take?

Every divorce is unique so time spent on mediation can vary. Most couples require 3-5 two-hour sessions. The amount of time between sessions can vary.

How much does it cost?

I charge $210/hour. Typically, clients spend $1,200 to $3,000 for our meetings and the drafting of the memorandum of understanding.

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How long does it take?.

Every divorce is unique so time spent on mediation can vary. Most couples require 3-5 two-hour sessions. The amount of time between sessions can vary.

How much does it cost?

I charge $210/hour. Typically, clients spend $1,200 to $3,000 for our meetings and the drafting of the memorandum of understanding.

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CONTACT

Please call me at 617.581.0747 if you would like to explore whether mediation is right for you or fill out the form below.

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CONTACT

Please call me at 617.581.0747 if you would like to explore whether mediation is right for you or fill out the form below.

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