Montgomery Mediation provides you with something most mediators cannot provide. We provide you with dual gender co-mediators, at a price which is likely less than other mediators charge. This gives you 2 mediators for the price of one plus an unbiased, less expensive way for you to resolve your divorce, elder or teen issues.
With offices in Rockville/Montgomery County Maryland (next to the Rockville Metro), we are located conveniently for clientele throughout the Washington DC metropolitan area.
Ellen Paris is degreed in Family and Community Development, has taken masters level courses in Adlerian Psychology and is trained and qualified as a Divorce, Family/Teen and Elder Care Mediator. She has 30 years of experience in womens health.
Don Paris is a CPA with a Masters Degree in Taxation. He is also a Certified Divorce Financial Analyst (CDFA), is certified in Collaborative Divorce Practice and is trained and qualified as a Divorce Mediator. Don has been named as one of the top 50 CPAs in the Washington DC area multiple times. Don was the contributing author to the chapter, "Mediating Financial Issues" in "Family Mediation: Theory and Practice" by Jane C. Murphy and Robert Rubinson, Second Edition.
12505 Park Potomac Avenue
Potomac MD 20854
P: (301) 466-3142
F: (240) 238-6637
Please contact us for your free initial consultation.
"We came to an agreement on not only visitation but legal custody as well. Thank you so much to you and Ellen. It is amazing how much we were able to accomplish in just one session with you two."
"I will recommend you folks to anyone that I know who needs mediation."
"Not only were we able to close out the case [my wife] and I spent an evening together with [our daughter] last night. First time in several months!"
"First and foremost, thanks for all that you do. You are very professional and I appreciate your insight and guidance."
"Don, thank you very much for the very enlightening consultation this afternoon. I am greatly in your debt for your expertise as well as the sage advice that you very thoughtfully and sympathetically conveyed. I have a lot to think about in the next couple days but at least I am basing my decisions on reality and not a misrepresentation of the truth."