Marion Lee Wasserman, law and mediation services reducing the cost and bitterness of divorceMarion Lee Wasserman, law and mediation services reducing the cost and bitterness of divorce.Marion Lee Wasserman, law and mediation services reducing the cost and bitterness of divorce.Marion Lee Wasserman, certified mediator, Massachusetts Council on Family Mediation.
Massachusetts divorce lawyer, family lawyer, divorce mediator and family mediator, Attorney Marion Lee Wasserman established Reach Accord® Law and Mediation Services in 2002. Massachusetts divorce law and family law matters are the firm's exclusive focus.
Marion Lee Wasserman is a Massachusetts certified mediator, certified in divorce mediation and family mediation by the Massachusetts Council on Family Mediation. Marion Lee Wasserman is a Massachusetts collaborative lawyer.
Reach Accord® Law and Mediation Services is a Massachusetts domestic relations firm dedicated to providing the highest quality service in the areas of divorce law and family law. The firm emphasizes dispute resolution, not dispute escalation. Matters are resolved through traditional negotiated settlement, mediation or collaborative law, as fits the needs of each client. The firm is a sole proprietorship emphasizing cost-effectiveness, accessibility and the personal attention that domestic relations clients want and deserve.
Prior to becoming a Massachusetts divorce lawyer and family lawyer, Marion Lee Wasserman assisted businesses with technology-related legal matters. Her business experience is an asset in her practice as a Massachusetts divorce attorney.
Reach Accord is a registered United States trademark and a registered Commonwealth of Massachusetts service mark, registered by Marion Lee Wasserman. All rights reserved.
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I’ve known Marion for many years and have referred many people to her either as a mediator or to advocate for them as their lawyer in a divorce negotiation. I’ve learned that the exceptional attorneys have both an objective knowledge of the law and a combination of wisdom, insight, judgment, compassion, and emotional intelligence. Marion has all these qualities. Her Harvard Law School pedigree bespeaks her keen legal intellect and Marion has an exceptional command of the law of domestic relations. She also brings to the table, however, the range of personal qualities mentioned above – and that, to my mind, is what sets her apart. I’ve negotiated many divorce cases with her in which she represents the other spouse and have always been impressed with her approach. As a mediator, she is also one of the very best. With her quiet command of the process, listening skills, and compassion, she is able to steer even the most difficult cases to resolution.
Jonathan Fields Divorce and separation Attorney
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Marion, as a mediator, is the consummate neutral. She provides both parties with the opportunity to express their individual points of view and guides them to decisions that are in the interest of the parties and their families. She is patient, caring and respectful of the feelings and concerns of all involved while ensuring the parties attain a fair and equitable resolution of their matter. She is comfortable handling complex cases, and has the qualities necessary to bring resolution to any dispute. I recommend Marion Wasserman enthusiastically.
Sheryl Dennis Family Attorney
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|Award name||Grantor||Date granted|
|Joshua A. Guberman Teaching Fellowship in Legal Studies||Brandeis University||1984|
|Phi Beta Kappa||University of Rochester||N/A|
|sole proprietor||Reach Accord® Law and Mediation Services||2002 - Present|
|Association name||Position name||Duration|
|International Academy of Collaborative Professionals||Member||2009 - Present|
|Massachusetts Council on Family Mediation||Board of Directors||2004 - Present|
|Massachusetts Bar Association||Member||2002 - Present|
|Massachusetts Collaborative Law Council||Member||2002 - Present|
|Complex divorce||Successfully settled through mediation. Client attorneys and financial advisor participated as needed.|
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|Family Mediation Quarterly (Summer 2011)||Fear and Divorce: A Four-Letter Tool For Moving the Divorce Process Forward||2011|
|Family Mediation Quarterly (Winter 2010)||How I Found Divorce Mediation And Why I Love It||2010|
|Family Mediation Quarterly (Summer 2009)||Stock Options and Divorce in Massachusetts||2009|
|Family Mediation Quarterly (Winter 2004)||Other People's Children: A Book Review||2004|
|New American Library (Division of Penguin Books))||Searching For the Stork (Note: This is a full-length book, not an article)||1988|
|Harvard University Law School||Law||JD - Juris Doctor||1980|
|University of Michigan||English Literature||MA - Masters||N/A|
|University of Rochester||English Literature||BA - Bachelor of Arts||N/A|
|Family Mediation Institute||Separation Agreements: The Conscious Drafter||2010|