When you want to resolve conflict, you need an expert to guide you safely through the process. Rachel Green and the team at ReSolutions can provide neutral ground for negotiation. For more than 20 years, ReSolutions has been  helping couples improve communication and collaboratively brainstorm options in conflict.  Learn more about our process.  In-person and video mediation available.

I have spent over $70,000 in legal fees during the past 4 years litigating my divorce. I wish I had known about mediation when we first separated. Since we began mediation, the tension between my ex and I has gotten much better.

E.S., involved in a post-divorce parenting/visitation mediation.

Financially Ever After Podcast

Rachel is a guest on the Financially Ever After podcast. From the podcast: This week, Stacy is joined by divorce and family mediator, Rachel Green. Rachel focusses on the importance of communication not only for a happy marriage, but also for a happy divorce. Mediation is a process for resolving disputes by which an independent mediator assists the parties in reaching a mutually satisfactory settlement. It is an extension of the parties’ own negotiations and is sometimes referred to as a “supercharged negotiation.”


The family restructuring which takes place when a long-term relationship ends in divorce is always stressful. It is my hope to you and your family to achieve as many of these as possible:

  • To help the two of you to sustain a positive relationship after the divorce so that you can continue parenting your children and relating to other extended family members.
  • To help strengthen your life skills about communication, parenting asset management and support issues, and each be better able to manage all of these areas separately after the divorce.
  • To minimize the length of time of the divorce process, so that all members of your family are freed from the ongoing stress of unfinished business.
  • To avoid the deleterious effects of the adversarial legal process, which tends to pit people against each other.
  • The process should help your family to benefit from the economic and tax benefits of collaborative tax planning.
  • The outcome should provide some measure of economic parity after the divorce.
  • The process is cost-effective, and leaves the bulk of your assets in the family.
  • Both of you are, as much as possible, satisfied with the outcome and understand why each gave up some things and received others.

Visit Divorce Mediation to see how divorce mediator Rachel Green can help you through the divorce process.