Massachusetts Mediator Kimberley Keyes
Kim is a trained mediator, mediation coach and attorney with more than 15 years of experience in the court system, where she specializes in family law including custody and parenting plans, child support and alimony agreements, and divorce and-post divorce issues. Kim’s mediation approach is informed by her diverse educational and professional experience, which includes a career in journalism, a fellowship at the Reporters Committee for Freedom of the Press, nearly six years at one of Boston’s top law firms, and public service as a judicial clerk for the Honorable Charlotte A. Perretta of the Massachusetts Appeals Court and the Honorable Francis X. Spina of the Massachusetts Supreme Judicial Court.
Massachusetts Mediator Nicole K. Levy
Nicole is a divorce mediator, mediation coach, family law attorney and conciliator whose intensive divorce and family law background centers on developing practical, commonsense solutions for couples’ divorce and family law concerns. Nicole’s diverse professional experience includes serving as a domestic violence victim witness advocate and as a prosecutor in the West Roxbury Division of the Boston Municipal Court under S.J.C. Rule 3:03. Readers of the Lynch & Owens blog are likely familiar with Nicole’s encyclopedic knowledge of divorce and family law issues including child custody, child support, alimony, asset division and the Department of Children and Families. Her richly detailed explorations of these issues are among the most widely read publications available online in these subject areas.
Massachusetts Mediator Carmela M. Miraglia
Carmela is a trained mediator, mediation coach and seasoned family law professional who draws on two decades of experience to achieve solutions on behalf of her mediation clients. She has earned a reputation as a dedicated, compassionate problem solver who offers clarity and direction to spouses during the difficulty of a divorce. Carmela’s mediation practice draws on a deep well of experience working for families. She has served as a Guardian ad Litem (GAL) investigating child related matters, an attorney for children through the ARC program, and an advocate in the through the Children in Need of Services (CHINS) program through the Department of Children and Families.
Massachusetts Mediator Jason V. Owens
Jason is a divorce and family law mediator, mediation coach and seasoned family law professional who has served families for over a decade. Jason has prepared hundreds of divorce and separation and agreements and has resolved divorce and family law disputes involving millions of dollars in assets and income. As a partner at the law firm of Lynch & Owens, Jason has blogged extensively on issues pertaining to divorce and family law, including child custody, alimony and child support, and the division of complex assets.
Massachusetts Mediator James M. Lynch
James “Jim” Lynch is a family law mediator, mediation coach and experienced attorney with more than four decades of experience assisting clients across the South Shore. Jim has prepared negotiated agreements in over a dozen subject areas, including divorce and separation agreements that have resolved family law disputes across Massachusetts. In addition to serving as a mediator for South Shore Divorce Mediation, Jim is the Managing Partner at Lynch & Owens, where he represents divorce and family law clients in cases involving child custody and parenting, alimony and child support, and complex asset division.