Your Massachusetts Divorce Mediation Attorney
Divorce mediation attorney Judith R. Kaplan provides Massachusetts divorce and family law mediation services for couples seeking an affordable alternative to hiring two divorce lawyers and heading to court. She works with couples during any phase of separation, divorce and post-divorce. She works with unmarried parents and couples involved in uncontested divorces and contested divorces. She can also assist with child support and alimony modifications and arrearages. She meets clients in Norwell, Quincy and Braintree and via Zoom.
My mission is to help families minimize the financial and psychological impacts of separation and divorce.
When I first meet couples, they are overwhelmed and often do not know where to start. They often ask the same questions: Is Massachusetts a 50/50 state? How much child support am I expected to pay? Can I afford to keep the house? I understand no two couples are alike. I can help you reach a comprehensive settlement that works for you and your family. My services are confidential and thorough.
I also understand that preserving assets and protecting your children are paramount concerns and goals. I will help you to reach these goals. Divorce mediation is not easy, but as your divorce mediator, I will work at your pace and provide you with the support and guidance you need throughout the divorce mediation process.
Providing divorce and family law mediation services since 2000.
Do you want to control the divorce process and costs?
Divorce litigation focuses on who is right and who is wrong. It is contentious, expensive and emotionally draining. Preserve your assets. Protect your children. For a less stressful and affordable divorce alternative, contact divorce mediator attorney Judy Kaplan to arrange a divorce mediation consultation in an area near you - Norwell, Braintree or Quincy. Zoom will always be an option. There is no charge for the first 1/2 hour of your consultation.
Evaluate your options. Divorce and family law mediation is confidential and voluntary. You don't give up your rights to seek court intervention if you stop the mediation process. Your initial call is free.