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With more than 25 years of experience, I know how to help you resolve issues quickly. Read more »

Save Time & Money

Get More Of What Is Important To You

Creative Solutions to meet everyone's needs. Read more »

Get More Of What Is Important To You

Skilled, compassionate guidance.

"I have great respect for Robin and her skills. She truly cares about the well-being of her clients. She gets the work done as quickly as possible. I always feel I am in good hands when working with her." ~ Micky Roof, Designer-Goldsmith Read more »

Skilled, compassionate guidance.

Protect Your Children From Parental Conflict

I can help you prepare a parenting and support plan for your children. Read more »

Protect Your Children From Parental Conflict

Your Partner In Understanding And Resolving Business And Financial Settlements

Experience working with business owners and high wealth individuals. Read more »

Your Partner In Understanding And Resolving Business And Financial Settlements

Resolve Conflicts Privately

Mediation is private and confidential, not open to the public or courts. Read more »

Resolve Conflicts Privately

Articles

Divorce Now or Later? Timing Matters!

Divorce Now or Later?  Timing Matters!
By Robin Masson on Jul 31, 2018 in Divorce Mediation

Changes in the U.S. tax law, effective January 1, 2019, may have significant impacts on the financial consequences of your separation or divorce.

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Negotiate in Mediation for What You Need -- And Get It.

Negotiate in Mediation for What You Need -- And Get It.
By Robin Masson on Jul 22, 2017 in Divorce Mediation

Face it: most of us are not very good at asking others for what we need. We tend to come off as either too aggressive or wishy-washy. Moreover, when we’re in conflict, our asking skills tend to deteriorate into either demanding bitchiness or passive-aggressiveness that descends into resentment. Not a good look, on anyone.

But, there’s a way to ask for what you need and to enlist others in giving it to you, by being respectfully assertive. It requires communicating clearly what your needs are, how others’ behavior affects you, and enlists others in satisfying your needs.

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Testimonials

I have known and worked with Robin Masson as an attorney and mediator almost forty years. I have the utmost confidence in her skills and professionalism. Robin brings to the table such a high degree of caring about the clients and about the process, and such a high degree of personal integrity that I and other members of the professional community have complete trust in her.
Charles Guttman, Esq.
Guttman & Reiter