You're in conflict with a loved one.  It may be your spouse, partner, parent, sibling, child, stepparent, or stepchild.  It's hard and it's painful and you just can't see your way through it.

I can help you make it through that difficult conversation as painlessly as possible.  You are likely to smile and even laugh over the course of the conversation.  You may even leave with greater optimism than you had when you first arrived at my office.

To schedule a mediation appointment, call today: 207-752-4205 or email me.

Divorce and Parenting Mediation Services in Maine and New Hampshire

I offer mediation services to families in Maine and New Hampshire who are struggling with conflict.

I have helped hundreds of married couples seeking divorce fairly divide their assets and debts, agree upon a contact schedule for their minor children (if any), and agree upon child support and the extent to which there may be spousal support.

There are also hundreds of unmarried couples that I have helped agree upon a contact schedule for their children, fairly divide their assets and debts, and agree upon child support.

I have helped LGBTQ couples to fairly divide their assets and debts, be it in the process of divorce or in the process of simply breaking up.  I also have mediated situations where one person in the relationship is heterosexual and the other person is LGBTQ.

Let me help you, too.  Call today:  207-752-4205 or email me.

From one of my clients...

Meredith helped my wife and me end our marriage peacefully and equitably. We came to her with a basic understanding of what we wanted to accomplish but no idea of how to actually do it. We also have a dependent child, which makes the process more complicated. Meredith provided knowledgeable, even-handed guidance.  She helped us navigate the court filings and told us what to expect from the process. The court approved our agreement with no changes. Divorce may not be a fundamentally positive experience, but Meredith's experience and advice helped us make it virtually seamless and conflict-free.
~Michael McGrail

Elder Mediation and End of Life Mediation

While we all want to be able to live independently for life, and to maintain a close relationship with our parents, children, and siblings, life sometimes gets in the way.  I help people to have difficult conversations about aging, competency, relationships, and end of life issues.  I help families to figure out the best path forward in situations of immense pain and grieving, where old patterns may be getting in the way of a viable outcome.