Peacefully resolving issues in divorce, post-divorce, pre-nuptial, elder care, inheritance, estate, and other family issues.

Susan K Sloane
Susan K. Sloane

Susan K Sloane heard about angry divorces and family disputes over elder care and inheritances.
These family disputes are stressful, costly, and time-consuming. They can tear couples and families apart and destroy any hope of preserving meaningful future relationships. Hiring attorneys for each party is expensive and often results in building walls between the participants rather than building bridges. Taking the dispute to court involves a public airing of intimate family issues and leaves the final resolution of the issues to an overworked judge.

You can resolve your family issues in a better way.
What if you could make all the necessary decisions respectfully with professional guidance and reach a peaceful agreement? What if you could identify your differences and focus your attention on the outcome you want to achieve and possible solutions that take everyone’s concerns into account and preserve respectful, ongoing relationships?

Mediation works.
Mediation is a voluntary process that, compared to litigation, is much less stressful and considerably more successful in resolving conflicts. The mediation process helps people to identify the issues they need to resolve, focus on the outcome they want to achieve, and consider a wide variety of solutions until solutions are found that can work for everyone. In mediation, the parties are in total control of the outcome, which is why they can reach the best possible result for themselves and their loved ones. Mediation is a proven, successful, private process that saves participants both time and money. 




“Discourage litigation. Persuade your neighbors to compromise whenever possible. Point out to them how the nominal winner is often a real loser — in fees, expenses, and waste of time.”
~ Abraham Lincoln


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To learn more or to schedule a consultation with Susan, contact her at 781-374-2168 or by email at susan@sksmediation.com