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12 years ago I converted my succesful law practice into a Mediation practice  because I believe mediation is the best way to proceed for almost all couples. It saves money, (lots), time, and most important, emotional distress.  For couples with children, it is absolutely the best way to proceed and in my practice, we emphasize the needs of the children. I am often asked if mediation can work when one person is contentious or difficult.  The answer is YES.  After nearly 30 years of  working with divorcing couples, I enjoy challenging cases and people. 


My office is comfortable, relaxing and welcoming because people think clearly and make better decisions when they are relaxed. The average couple comes to mediation for 3 to 5 sessions for 2 hours at a time.  The process takes several months, compared to several years in court.  The total mediation cost is generally equal to what one party would pay as a retainer for one attorney!!! 


Mediation is my vocation. It is how my talents and skills are best utilized to serve others and earn a living and support my own family.  I am divorced, remarried and have 2 children.   


Practice areas


  1. Mediation: 100%
    32 years, 700 cases



Hourly ($350/hour)

Payment types:

Cash, Check

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Contact info

Win*Win Mediation

400 N. Bridge St.
Bridgewater, NJ, 08807-2831


We have not found any instances of professional misconduct for this lawyer.
Avvo contributions
Legal answers
Award nameGrantorDate granted
Top New Jersey MediatorNJ Biz Magazine2008
Qualified Attorney and Counsellor, US Supreme CourtUnited States Supreme Court1987
Gratuated Cum LaudeSeton Hall School Of Law1983
Most Satifactory Scholistic Progess in LawBureau of National Affairs1983
Graduated cum LaudeRutgers College, Rutgers Unniversity1980
Work experience
TitleCompany nameDuration
PartnerWIN*WIN Mediation2000 - Present
AttorneyJoan G Geiger, Attorney at Law1991 - 2000
PartnerLevinston & Geiger, Attorneys At Law1989 - 1991
Associate AttorneyFrank J Stanley, Attorney At Law1986 - 1989
Associate AttorneyLieberman, Ryan, Richardson, Welaj and Miller, Atotrneys at Law1984 - 1986
Judicial Law ClerkHonorable John Kuthal, JSC1983 - 1984
Association namePosition nameDuration
Somerset County Bar AssociationAlternate Dispute Resolution Commitee Chair2009 - Present
Association for Conflict ResolutionMember2000 - Present
Dombal-Vogel FoundationTrustee1998 - Present
New Jersey Association of Professional MediatorsFormer Board of Directors; Nominating Committee1993 - Present
Association of Attorney-MediatorsMemberN/A
Legal cases
Case nameOutcome
Doe v DoeSucessul
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Publication nameTitleDate
Courier NewsNavigating Divorce2011
Connection MagazineDivorce is Painful2010
School nameMajorDegreeGraduated
Insitute For Dispute Resolution of Seton Hall School of LawDivorce MediationIntensive Training Seminar for Divorce Mediation1992
Insitiute For dispute Resolution of Seton Hall School of LawMediaiton InternshipIntensive Internship in Diviorce Mediation1992
Seton Hall University School of LawLawJD - Juris Doctor1983
Rutgers UniversityHistoryBA - Bachelor of Arts1980
Speaking engagements
Conference nameTitleDate
Rutgers Law SchoolFamily and Divorce Mediation2012
Monthly MeetingWhat to do when a family member is getting divorced2012
Annual Family Mediation SeminarRole Plays, Alimony and Staying in the Home2011
Annual Family Mediation SeminarRole Plays, Distribution of Assets and Debts2010
ADR Day and EthicsTips for representing Mediation Clients2010
ADR CourseMediation and the Practice of Law2009
ADR CourseWhat Law Students Need to Know About Mediation2008
ADR DayX: Legends of ADRThe Brooke Astor Case2007
14th Annual ConferenceMediating Chancery Division Cases2007
2006 SeminarFamily Matters/Family Solutions: Mediating Probate and Guardianship Cases2006
Annual Family Mediation SeminarShould Mediatiors Draft the Property Settlement Agreement2004
2004 SeminarDeveloping A Dispute Resolution Practice2004