Lori Goldstein practices mediation and collaborative law in New York and New Jersey, focusing on family and related conflicts, such as divorce and separation. Using these cooperative processes for more than 20 years, she has successfully settled thousands of cases outside of the courtroom. Collaborative law and mediation allow for parties to establish a working relationship that will enable them to successfully co-parent their children, not just through their youth, but for their entire lives. Lori Goldstein received her mediation trainer certification through the NYS Unified Court System. She taught mediation at Brooklyn Law School and is a former member of the Family and Divorce Mediation Council of Greater NY Board of Directors. Previously, she served as the Director of the Victim Services Mediation Program. In her private practice, in addition to facilitating divorces and separations, Lori negotiates and drafts pre- and post-nuptial agreements, and mediates many other kinds of family disputes as well. She is an advanced practitioner member of the NYS Council for Divorce Mediation, the Academy of Family Mediators, and the Family and Divorce Mediation Council of Greater NY. Lori Goldstein works closely with every one of her clients to ensure that she can guide them to a place where they are peacefully able to begin the next phase of their lives.