Guiding you to a fresh start

Guiding you to a fresh start

Guiding you to a fresh start


Meet Dina De Giorgio

“For 27 years, I have practiced as an attorney and mediator in my own boutique law practice specializing exclusively in Divorce, Family Law and Mediation. I focus on clients’ objectives and critical issues, unravel complicated finances and entanglements, and problem-solve to reach beneficial resolutions.

My clients choose me to be their ally to navigate complicated divorce matters—because of my deep experience and commitment to understand their goals and to avoid protracted and unnecessary litigation.”

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Mediation may be the best way forward for you if:

  • You want your divorce to be completed quickly and economically

  • You want to be in control of your family’s future instead of having it determined by a judge

  • You don’t want to deal with large up front retainers and expensive hourly attorney fees


Litigation may be the best way forward for you if:

  • Your spouse has already filed for divorce

  • If communication between you and your spouse has become strained

  • Either you or your spouse refuses to mediate



  • Takes place in a conference room
  • Focused on reaching an agreement
  • Saves considerable time and money


  • Takes place in a courtroom
  • Focused on handling arguments
  • Costs considerable time and money

Want to learn more about what mediation would look like in your situation?

During our consultation we will discuss:

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Why Choose Mediation2020-09-14T22:28:18-04:00

Mediation allows individuals to retain control over the process and the outcome of important decisions in their lives that will profoundly affect their finances, livelihood and family. In the mediation process a solution can usually be found within weeks instead of the months or years it may take in a traditional court process. Mediation is for any person who wants to solve their problems in less time and more cost effectively than using the court system.

How Does The Process Work?2020-09-24T18:00:42-04:00

The mediator will assist the parties in arriving at a mutually beneficial agreement that meets their immediate and long-term goals. The mediator does not make decisions for the parties and is not an advocate for either party over the other. The mediator will not decide who is right or wrong. With the mediator’s help the parties will determine what issues are important to each of them and come up with reasonable solutions to meet their goals. Click here to learn more.

How Long Does Mediation Take?2020-09-24T18:00:06-04:00

The length of the mediation depends on the parties. A simple matter can be resolved in one or two sessions. A more complex matter may take longer. Each session is usually 1 ½ to 2 hours, but can last longer. The sessions are usually scheduled at the convenience of the parties.

How Much Does Mediation Cost?2020-09-24T17:59:50-04:00

The total cost of mediation varies depending on the amount of hours spent on the process, however mediation is always less expensive than litigation. Our popular pay-as-you-go model allows you to skip expensive attorney retainers and pay only as you need to. To learn more about our pay-as-you-go model and the forms of payment we accept, click here.

Are There Any Upfront Costs?2020-09-24T18:24:34-04:00

No, retainers are not necessary for mediation. Our popular pay-as-you-go model allows you to pay for mediation by the session. To learn more, click here.

What Happens If We Cannot Reach Agreement?2020-09-24T18:24:11-04:00

Typically, our mediators are able to assist most parties in reaching an agreement. However, if for some reason an agreement is not reached the parties are free to move forward with the traditional litigation process. However, the mediation agreement states that all information exchanged in the mediation process is confidential and cannot be used for litigation purposes.

Is The Information Provided To The Mediator Confidential?2020-09-24T18:24:26-04:00

Yes, all information both financial and personal is kept confidential and is not disclosed by the mediator and cannot be used in any future litigation.

Do I Need My Own Attorney?2020-09-24T18:00:27-04:00

Each party is encouraged, but not required, to have the final agreement reviewed by an independent attorney before they sign it. Parties may consult with an attorney throughout the entire mediation process.

Why Choose Litigation?2020-09-24T18:34:10-04:00

Litigation should be chosen as a last resort. If your spouse has already filed for divorce, if communication between you an your spouse has become strained, or if either of you refuse to mediate, litigation may be your best option. To learn if litigation is the best option for you, click here.

Are You Accessible Via Zoom Conference Call?2020-09-16T16:40:58-04:00

Yes. You can schedule a call with me here.

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Here are some ways you can begin the mediation process today…

Have a conversation with your spouse about the mediation process as an alternative to litigation in court. Give me a call today so we can work together to ensure the best outcomes in your divorce.

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