- Including Parenting Plans and Spousal Support
- Limited Scope Mediations
- For retired spouses or those approaching retirement
- LGBT divorces
- Complicated Family Issues, including Elder Care / Adult Family matters
- Conflict Coaching – the high road when the other(s) won’t mediate
What To Expect:
Conflict may seem overwhelming at first, but Georgia listens carefully and will show you how to build your knowledge and confidence on the way to your agreement. She provides her booklet “Creating a Soft Landing with Mediation” at the free consultation. Her “Roadmap” explains how your mediation is likely to unfold, step-by-step. She is dedicated to helping you to manage the financial expense and emotional costs of your divorce or other family conflict.
What Makes Georgia Daniels Your Best Choice?
Since 2006, Georgia has mediated with hundreds of families. She has the experience needed to accompany you on the journey to an agreement that meets your family’s needs.
Georgia is recognized as a Certified Advanced Practitioner by the Academy of Professional Family Mediators, which means she adheres to high ethical standards and engages in continuing education. She is retired teacher as well as a retired attorney; she does not need to be a California bar member to serve as your mediator. By choice, she keeps her fees in the “affordable” band for middle-income families.
When you and your spouse or family reach an agreement, you will not need to go to court at all. The Documents page of this site explains how Georgia can prepare your court documents for your signature; she is not a member of the California bar.
Our office is in downtown Pasadena; we have free-onsite parking, and we are walking distance (about 6 blocks) from the Del Mar Gold Line Station.