Wendy has prepared numerous traditional parenting agreements but also believes that different approaches fit different families. In mediation, the parenting schedule can be tailored to your particular family’s lifestyle. We factor in children's special needs, parents' work schedule, and children's extracurricular activities to find a schedule that works best for your family.


In addition to Wendy's family law experience, her background in child psychology makes her extremely child-centric in her approach to divorcing parents. She has studied the effects of divorce on children and done extensive clinical research involving the coping skills of children of divorce. When children are involved, it is important to remember that your soon-to-be former spouse will continue to be part of your life. Going through the mediation process can help you learn to communicate and cooperate with your spouse in a way that will make you better co-parents.

The goal is to make this transition as smooth as possible for you and your children

“Working with Wendy provided the voice of reason which enabled us to act in the best interests of our children. She was able to diffuse a charged situation when necessary, allowing us to focus on what mattered to us most- the well-being of our kids.”

Former Client