Divorce Mediation

Divorce Mediation allows you to take control of your divorce — and your future.  Instead of putting this very important process in the hands of an impersonal judge or (potentially) adversarial attorney, mediation allows you the opportunity to craft an agreement which feels fair and reasonable to both people.   The mediation process is:

  • Voluntary 
  • Self-determined 
  • Impartially led
  • Confidential 
  • Based on Informed Consent

I will work with you through the myriad layers of “un-coupling” — and help you to do so in as calm, respectful and caring manner as is possible.  If you have children togeher,  the connection will be lifelong.  The mediation process helps to create the best possible foundation for the new chapters ahead.  

Feel free to call (617-593-7344) or email to ask any questions you may have.  I am happy to set up a free 30 minute initial consultation. It is critical that both involved feel comfortable with the chosen mediator. 


"Your warmth and calm put us right at ease.  This was difficult territory to navigate and you did a masterful job in helping us to do the work we needed to do.”  — Client

“Thank you from both of us.  Even though we ended up going our separate ways, we did it as friends and with a sense of peace and completion.” — Client

“Sally is a natural at helping people to resolve conflicts and find creative solutions, she does it in a respectful and productive manner.  I do not hesitate to send clients to her for divorce or family mediation.”  — Attorney

More about mediation:

What is Divorce Mediation?

The Role Counseling Plays in Divorce Mediation

When You Mediate Your Divorce You Begin With The End In Mind

Film: Divorce Corp. — "A shocking exposé of the inner workings of the $50 billion a year  U.S. family law industry, Divorce Corp shines a bright light on the appalling waste, and shameless collusive practices seen daily… Through extensive research and interviews with the nation’s top divorce lawyers, mediators, judges, politicians, litigants and journalists, DIVORCE CORP. uncovers how…….judges play god with people’s lives while enriching their friends."