Why Should We Mediate?
Mediation provides an out-of-court option for resolving family conflicts. We offer:
- Divorce Mediation –
- For families with or without minor children,
- Spousal Support
- Parenting Plans
- With spouses who are approaching or are already in retirement
- “Gay Divorce” for those with LGBTQ issues
- Limited Scope Options
- Elder Care / Adult Conflicts, and mediation of other complicated relationships
- Conflict Coaching – a mindful alternative when others won’t agree to mediate
What Should We Expect?
Family conflict can feel overwhelming, but it doesn’t have to be that way. At the free consultation you will receive Georgia Daniel’s guide, “Creating A Soft Landing with Divorce Mediation”, which explains what to expect from mediation. Be sure to bring your questions. Georgia will listen carefully as you share your hopes and ideas. Georgia’s “Roadmap” illustrates key decision points to consider as you build your agreement.
How is Georgia Daniels Different from Other Mediators?
Georgia has mediated with hundreds of families since opening her office in Pasadena in 2006. She is a retired teacher as well as a retired lawyer; she shows her clients how to reach agreements that meet the unique needs of each family.
Georgia Daniels has earned the status of a Certified Advanced Practitioner with the Academy of Professional Family Mediators, which requires that she meet high ethical standards and keep up-to-date with continuing education. Middle-income families appreciate her affordable fee scale.
Georgia is also a Legal Document Assistant who can prepare your court documents for your signature, so that you never need to go to court. Please see the page on “Document Preparation” for more information.
Our office is in a gracious historic building near the Paseo Colorado, with free on-site parking.