Adina Lebowitz, MA is a co-parenting educator and family mediator in Mpls/St Paul Minnesota having completed training with Dan Simon on Transformative Mediation. For couples in conflict, this method can help you find less stress and more peace. Individual coaching sessions are also available.

Her training also includes Health Coaching through the Institute for Integrative Nutrition, Active Parenting Leader Training in Co-parenting and Divorce curriculum, and a Master’s degree in Healthcare Management from the University of St. Thomas in Minneapolis, MN.


Laura L. Van Tassel is the founder of Van Tassel Law, specializing in family law with a particular concentration on mediation and the collaborative process in divorce. She can practice in New Jersey and the United States District Court, District of New Jersey, and is actively involved with both the New Jersey State Bar Association, and the Bergen County Bar Association, and Women Lawyers in Bergen (WLIB)

Emily Faye Robinson, Esq. practices in Los Angeles and Ventura Counties.  She focuses on family law and mediation.

David B. Mitchell has more than 30 years of experience helping families navigate the complexities of divorce litigation, including judgment modifications and support enforcement. At his firm, the Law Office of David B. Mitchell, P.A., he encourages his clients to consider the benefits of collaborative law or mediation services. Even as a certified family mediator, he firmly believes in the power of litigation, but it is not always necessary. In today’s family law climate, most couples can benefit greatly from working together in an effort to create an agreement that suits their unique needs and goals for the future.

Mr. Greenstein joined the firm in 1992 and is a shareholder and director of the law firm. Before becoming a shareholder, Mr. Greenstein worked as an associate with the firm and as an associate at other Colorado law firms. Mr. Greenstein has been actively practicing law in Colorado since 1987. His 32+ year legal career has been focused primarily on family law, including divorce, prenuptial (premarital) agreements, cohabitation agreements, child custody and allocation of parental responsibility, child support, mediation, arbitration, and related matters.

Alexa (“Lexie”) Larkin is the owner and managing attorney of Larkin Law, LLC.  Since her admission into the Florida Bar, Lexie Larkin has practiced exclusively in the area of marital and family law.

Attorney Lexie Larkin has years of experience successfully resolving family law cases at all stages through the collaborative process, mediation, and litigation. Ms. Larkin handles various types of family law matters including those involving divorce, paternity, alimony, child support, parenting (“custody”), prenuptial agreements, and enforcement/modification. Ms. Larkin believes in balancing an assertive approach and common-sense strategies to help clients meet their goals as quickly and cost-efficiently as possible.

John is a compassionate advocate for his clients. But when necessary, a tenacious litigator that doesn’t hesitate to take his client’s matters to court. After law school, John was counsel to the Department of Revenue, an associate at Rosenblum & Studen, P.C. in Newton, and a senior associate at the highly regarded law firm of Lane, Altman & Owens. John is formerly a Partner at DiPiano Godson LLP, a general practice law firm with a concentration in family law and divorce mediation.

Carolyn Laredo is the owner of Law & Mediation, PLLC. Ms. Laredo obtained her Juris Doctorate from Brooklyn Law School and was admitted to practice law in New York 1995. She is an Administrative Law Judge, arbitrator, collaborative lawyer, and mediator as well as a trainer. Ms. Laredo engages in the practice of collaborative, civil and matrimonial law. By those who have worked with her it has been said that her ability to engage all parties and maintain their collaborative commitment to the process is among the best in the country.