Mediation and Collaborative Law for Divorce and other Family Disputes

Lynda Robbins is a family law mediator and collaborative lawyer who chooses non-court options such as mediation and Collaborative law to resolve divorce and other family disputes. These options are the most productive methods of problem solving – designed to minimize the pain and often resulting in lower cost. Helping clients take control of their own outcomes is the cornerstone of her family law practice.

Massachusetts Divorce and Family Law Mediator

Divorce law in Massachusetts is complicated. Lynda Robbins’ 30 years of experience in Massachusetts family law gives her the experience needed to explain all divorce options available to you and to be your experienced mediator to help guide you through your divorce. Learn more about Lynda >>

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Boston’s Best Lawyers in Mediation and Collaborative Family Law

Lynda has been voted one of Boston’s Best Lawyers every year from 2008 to 2015 in Collaborative Family Law and Mediation categories.

Lynda has been selected as a New England Super Lawyer every year from 2011 to 2015 for Family Law. According to Super Lawyers, this distinction is only granted to the top 5% of practicing attorneys in the state of Massachusetts. Read More >>

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Testimonials

<span style="color: #000000; font-family: Arial;">My wife and I finally made it to court and concluded our divorce in May. I want to thank you for your patience, understanding, and professionalism in helping us navigate and conclude this very difficult process. </span>

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