Choose a Compassionate & Highly-trained Mediator
Most experienced mediators have earned an advanced degree in law or in a field such as counseling, psychology, or religion. Additional training in mediation, beyond a basic 40-hour class, is essential. Personal traits such as compassion, listening with curiosity, and integrity are invaluable.
Online mediation sessions can occur anywhere you are comfortable, have good wi-fi or phone reception, and privacy. Participants can be thousands of miles apart or in the same room. In-person sessions, when available are held in the Pasadena area or in Claremont, CA. We can mediate on workdays, weeknights, and Saturdays to address immediate issues or long-range solutions. Keep scrolling to read more about Georgia Daniels, J.D., Mediator.
Hi, I’m Georgia Daniels
Ages ago, my parents went to trial in the last year of fault-based divorce in California. I was 15 years old. It was awful. A decade later, I heard about this new thing called “Divorce Mediation”. At the time, I thought, “This is it!” I felt a call then and still feel it now.
The beginning stages of a divorce can be a time of uncertainty. Divorce mediation provides a gentle, family-friendly process for making the necessary decisions at a significantly lower cost than attorney-driven negotiations or litigation. Each family is unique; each mediation is similarly unique. I use a variety of listening techniques and questions to assist my clients as they develop their options and make their choices.
In addition to my law degree, I have completed over 500 hours of advanced training in mediation. I am a “Certified Advanced Practitioner” with the Academy of Professional Family Mediators (APFM), and I am certified as an “Online Family Mediator” and “Senior Mediator” with Mediate.com.
Since most people don’t have much experience with divorce or with divorce mediation, please feel free to call me at +1 (626) 441-1900 or +1 (909) 414-2721.
I offer free 15-minute calls with each spouse. You can call me now or use the button below to schedule a call for a time when you have more privacy to talk. The next step after the phone call is a 30-minute video consultation. It’s free when both spouses participate. You can ask questions about what to expect from the mediation process and about my experience. It’s a time to get acquainted.