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Mediation Today, Resolution Tomorrow.



The mediation process for divorce is overseen by a neutral, skilled, professional mediator. The mediator helps create a confidential environment in which resolution will thrive and the parties work with the mediator toward what both sides seek: resolution without the stress, the inflated cost, and the inefficiency of protracted litigation.

There are no judgments, just solutions. Both parties are empowered to resolve their issues through guided, professional conferences.



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Jim Velasco is a seasoned mediator and litigator with nearly four decades of experience, and as a principal of firms with both litigation and mediation practices, has refined skills as a mediator in the complex area of divorce. 

With proven results, Jim works honorably and efficiently with both sides to help educate, evaluate, and set clear, coherent, well-reasoned expectations. 

Jim listens and guides the parties to resolve their divorce issues and helps them take the next step toward the future. 



  • Mediation is confidential and private;

  • The mediator is experienced and professional;

  • Communication is open and direct;

  • Mediation is less stressful, more focused, and more cost-efficient than prolonged court battles;

  • The participants have the power to craft personalized solutions for both their needs and their futures;

  • The guidance of the mediator helps to remove conflict and unlock resolutions;

  • Costs are considerably reduced;

  • The environment is cordial and relaxed, yet centered.


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You’re in Good Company

A lot of families are going to need restructuring by the time this is over.
They probably needed it before. 

How divorcing couples can cut costs and speed up a financial settlement?

The presence of a neutral third party to assist discussions between spouses often enables them to reach decisions that work for their individual family circumstances.  

Divorce Mediation:
The Healthy Way to Break Up

Rather than inflicting maximum hurt and damage, there are kinder, more effective ways to deal with divorce that are based on mutual respect, emotional intelligence, and a desire to reach compromise.  




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