Collaborative Divorce, Divorce Mediator, Divorce Mediation, Burlington, Camden, Cherry Hill, Mount Laurel, Mount Holly, Moorestown, New Jersey, Voorhees, Cinnaminson, Delran, Hainesport, Westampton, Eastampton, Divorce Attorney, Divorce Lawyer, Collaborative Divorce Attorney, Collaborative Divorce Lawyer, Divorce Mediator
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Helping clients reach the best solutions in the most difficult of situations



          Your Family 

     That is why we are 
     here to help you reach
     the best resolutions to 
     your  FAMILY matter, 
     taking into account 
     your interests and 
     your goals.





We Cannot Change The Fact That People Divorce, BUT We Can Change HOW They Divorce By Providing Non-Litigious Divorce Options 



     Divorce can be damaging to all family members, including children. The decision to divorce may be difficult.  If divorce is imminent, before filing a divorce complaint and proceeding with court litigation, consider exploring the non-litigious, confidential divorce options of Divorce Mediation and Collaborative Divorce. You and your spouse, with good faith, full disclosure, and the assistance of a neutral mediator or collaborative professionals, can craft an Agreement together and work on moving forward with your lives.   


     The Divorce Mediation and Collaborative Divorce Processes allow spouses to work together in an environment that provides an informed and problem solving framework, not an adversarial battleground. 


    Before you select a process that makes divorce even more painful, you owe it to yourself to explore all options on how to divorce. Many people assume that they need a judge to make all the decisions for them. In reality only about one in every ten cases ever goes to trial. The rest are the result of an agreement by the parties. So why take that path of preparing for a trial that doesn’t happen? Before you commence divorce litigation, explore alternative out-of-court process such as Collaborative Divorce or Divorce Mediation. It is crucial that you get information about your divorce alternatives as early as possible to consider all options available for you and the best fit for you, your family, and finances.


    At the Law & Mediation Office of Karen P. Sampson, we offer Divorce Mediation, Collaborative Divorce and Out-of-Court Negotiation to help you resolve your divorce, separation, or post-divorce issues. Call us today to schedule a consultation to discuss your matter. 

   "Going through a divorce is far from a pleasant experience but working with Karen made it much more bearable.  She was extremely responsive to any questions I had and always quick to get back to me.  She found a great middle ground between respecting my opinions and wanting to do what she felt was in my best interest.  When my divorce was complete, I felt completely confident in contacting her for other legal matters."                    - Liz
   "Karen worked tirelessly to help me navigate through a difficult divorce.  Her responses were immediate, and she gave me excellent advice.  I cannot recommend her highly enough."
               - Amanda

     "I was very pleased with the professionalism and willingness to resolve the issues quickly. Most of all she always got back to me right away and always kept me up to date.  Mine was very complicated with a number of different issues involved, but Karen was always focused on an expedient and lowest cost resolution with solutions to these complicated problems.  I recommend her highly." 
               - Todd

     "Karen is not only very professional, trustworthy and knowledgeable, but always treated me with compassion and understanding.  Karen successfully guided me through my divorce and I would strongly recommend her expert services. She made it possible for me to become the happy, independent woman I never thought I could be after a 30 year marriage."
               - Angela


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