Boutique firm / Sophisticated legal services: divorce mediation, litigation, and collaboration.Divorce / Compassionate and tenacious staff with a passion for cooperative divorce processes.Mediation/ ideal for cooperative and sophisticated / complicated high asset families.
|Attorney Mediator||Prince Law Group, LLC||1998 - Present|
|Association name||Position name||Duration|
|Fairfield County Bar Association||Executive Director||2012 - Present|
|World Affairs Forum||Board of Directors||2008 - Present|
|Connecticut Council for Divorce Mediation and Collaborative Practice||Former Board Member||N/A|
|Fairfield County Bar Association||Vice President||N/A|
|Fairfield County Bar Association||Secretary||N/A|
|Quinnipiac University||Law||JD - Juris Doctor||1998|
Posted by anonymous
I hired WP for a dispute with collecting money from my exhusband. She had no experience in dealing with a civil collection-type situation. It was not handled in the Family Court, not that that mattered considering that WP does NOT attend court, ever! The upshot (downshot) was that whatever WP was able to 'collect' she kept as her fees. This woman is way over her head, erratic, not professional. I do not recommend her for any type of legal work.
Posted by anonymous
Wendy and her associates got a modification case in my favor when supreme court's family services laughed at us believing my ex's lies, overcoming all odds. ... And most importantly, she can punch hard but she also knows how to be a fair mediator between two opposing parties.
Posted by Todd
We hired Wendy Prince to carry out a very simple mediated divorce to a mutually agreed separation. My wife and I had in fact created almost all of our arrangements ourselves, but felt it wise to hire a professional to carry us through the finer points. To be clear, we had an agreement in place - and then we hired Wendy Prince. We met with Prince several times and each time was like a completely different meeting. The approach to the divorce was made as confusing as it could be. There was virtually no continuity from one meeting to the next. It was clear after our second meeting commenced that Prince had forgotten everything and she said or we, her clients, said in the first meeting and she stated several times, "Oh I forgot about that..." Notes are required in the legal profession.
My wife and I approached our divorce logically, with virtually no hostility, however, after beginning mediation, Wendy created hostility as my wife looked to her for guidance and my wife followed her lead because of this normally expected professional guidance. Wendy could see that the divorce was a simple one, but created hostility to churn us, her clients. The points of contention that were created that were not points of contention at all. Prince craftily created issues where issues did not exist. That was cleared up by our second mediator who was amazed at the ineptitude of the concepts Prince put on the table for us to discuss.
The divorce process is in fact simple for the majority - roughly 50/50 and place credit and property where it is due. That's all you need to remember.
Wendy Prince is an expert at churning her clients. I am amazed at how badly she behaved.
Our second mediator did a fantastic job of creating an agreement and unfortunately, by his estimates, spent at least half of his time correcting all the misconceptions that Wendy Prince created.
As they say counselor - see you in court.
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