Marcia E. Tannenbaum
Solutions Through Mediation
57 Brownell Street
Professional educator since 1967
University of Hartford, 1989-1992
Nichols College, 1993-2003
Assabet Valley After Dark:So You Think You Want to Get Divorced in Massachusetts?
WISE [Worcester Institute for Senior Education] instructor in literature
Torathon Worcester: presenter
Admitted to the Practice of Law:Massachusetts - 1994 Connecticut - 1988 Mediation Training, Basic - Advanced beginning in 1993continuing throughout my mediation career.[prior mediation training in Ottawa, Canada in 1983]Law Student attendee at Mediation Conference, Hartford, CT 1979. Board of Directors MCFM [Mass Council on Family Mediation] for 8 years; 4 years as editor of the MCFM Newsletter.Board of Directors MCLC [Mass Collaborative Law Council] 6 years ending June, 2010. J.D. University of Connecticut School of Law B.A., M.A. English Language and Literature, Simmons College
I am dedicated to using Alternative Dispute Resolution techniques and to pursuing the least adversarial method possible to reach fair and reasonable agreements.
My clients and how they and their children will fare after the trauma of divorce is my primary focus.
Professional Memberships: Worcester County Bar Association: former co-chair: ADR Committee, Mass. Collaborative Law Council: Board of Directors; 2005-2010, Mass. Council on Family Mediation: member (former Board Member 8 years and Editor of Newsletter 4 years), Jewish Domestic Violence Task Force of Central Mass;Worcester County Bar Association, New England Association of Conflict Resolution; member;presenter at conference: December, 2008., Minneapolis Conference presenter:
Safe Space. Congregation Beth Israel, current Chair of Human Resources Committee, Featured in the Telegram and Gazette,
July 1, 2003.
Other information to be provided on request.
Collaborative Law, Divorce, Custody, Paternity, Child Support, Alimony,Divorce Mediation, Marital Mediation, Pre-Nuptial Agreements, Will Contests, Intra-Family Conflicts,Non-traditional Couples, Mediation Mentoring and Training. In my solo practice of Collaborative Law and Mediation, I work closely with clients to help them to achieve an Agreement that is fair and reasonable in a non-adversarial environment.
This emphasis on fairness, empowerment and dignity carries over to all of the work that I do including cases where litigation becomes the only option. My practice is devoted almost exclusively to Family Law. Mediation and Collaborative Practice are the primary focus of my practice, although I do provide legal advice and representation for many clients each year.
I also provide Mediation Training and Mentoring for those entering the field. $290.00 per hour for advice, representation, and mediation after the first free one-half hour consultation in my Worcester office.