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Committed mediation services

Mediation is the process where two or more parties come to an agreement under the advice of a mediator on issues concerning both parties without using the courts. All types of issues can be mediated. When you are in need of a mediator, trust in Carolyn Zenk, Attorney at Law. She is a certified mediator with many years of experience and has produced many positive outcomes.

  • Divorce

  • Equitable or fair division of property and debt

  • Child custody and child support

  • Spousal support

  • Family disputes

  • Estate matters

  • Contracts

  • Landlord / tenant issues

Comprehensive mediation for any issue

Litigation in New York has gotten increasingly expensive. Taking advantage of mediation services can give you an idea of how courts

will handle your issues, without the expense of court services. You can end mediation at any time.


The only time you are bound to decisions made in mediation is

when you decide to sign contracts to resolve your differences.

Mediate, don't litigate.

Save time, money, and relationships!

"Carolyn, I just talked with Jennifer C. [former client]. She tells me you saved her home from being sold out from under her and that you preserved her relationship with her father at the same time. You're amazing!"

- Holly C., client

Count On Carolyn Zenk, a Certified Mediator Who Has Your Best Interests at Heart. Call Today.


Divorce is a long and draining process that you shouldn’t have to face alone. Rely on Carolyn Zenk, Attorney at Law to provide you counsel through every step of your divorce, from mediation to signing the last of the papers, making it legal. Mediation helps you and your spouse agree on the terms of things like child custody, child support, property division, and spousal support.

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Mediate don’t litigate. Save time, money and relationships!