Joanna Cobleigh, Esq.
296 N Main Street
Guardian ad Litem, Juvenile Court Investigator
Providing you with A Better Way to Resolve Disputes. Professionally trained in Divorce Mediation, the Collaborative Law process, and Matrimonial Arbitration BA from Boston UniversityJD from Western New England College School of Law Certified Category F Guardian ad Litem. Attorney on the Children's Law Project panel of the Hampden County Bar Association. Trained as an arbitrator by the American Academy of Matrimonial Lawyers My goal is to help YOU retain control over your personal legal issues, rather than requiring a judge determine what is in your family's best interests. Please visit my website at www.JoannaCobleigh.com.
Professional Memberships: Massachusetts Collaborative Law Council, International Association of Collaborative Practice, Massachusetts Council on Family Mediation, Inc., Hampden County Bar Association, Massachusetts Bar Association,
I can help you by using either the mediation process, the collaborative law process, or matrimonial arbitration in order to resolve your family disputes associated with divorce, separation, post-divorce modifications, non-traditional family issues, prenuptial agreements, relationship agreements, or any other family issues that may require court intervention. I can help you negotiate an agreement BEFORE resorting to the courts. My practice focuses on family law issues. These include divorce, adoption, custody, visitation, child support, and parental rights. I am a collaborative law attorney who believes in the non-adversarial process for resolving family disputes.
I am a mediation-friendly attorney and will review your settlement agreement created through mediation. I am a trained matrimonial arbitrator who can assist you and your attorneys in reaching an equitable settlement outside of the courtroom. Divorce and Family LawMediationMatrimonial Arbitration Free consultation for Mediation or Arbitration.
$50 Initial consultation for all other types of representation.
Hourly rates and retainers to be dicussed at initial consultations.