Carole Goldstein, Esq.

Carole Goldstein, Esq.

Divorce Mediator

Years in Practice: 28

Education:  J.D. Delaware University Widener School of Law; B.A. Villanova University

Areas Served: Texas & Pennsylvania

Carole is committed to achieving the best results for all concerned through divorce mediation. As a former Family Law attorney with over 15 years of divorce litigation experience, she saw firsthand how an adversarial approach to divorce does not serve divorcing couples well, as they navigate a challenging and emotionally sensitive experience. Even while formerly practicing law and acting as an advocate representing her clients, Carole’s awareness of the challenges parties face in divorce caused her to create and nationally market a CD for consumers of legal services.  Through this tool, she educated countless divorcing couples on how to navigate the divorce process, beginning with discovery and going all the way through custody, co-parenting, spousal support, alimony, marital debt and property distribution to settlement.

Mediation is your best opportunity to retain control and decision making over your future.

Carole’s approach to mediation is to be an informed guide and neutral mirror, reflecting in a clear manner, the essence of what is of importance to each party. Carole provides an environment that allows for the development of creative and perhaps previously unseen solutions.

Carole knows that mediation is your best opportunity to retain control and decision making over your future. She believes that when you feel heard and are thus able to move beyond positions to truly consider what is in your best interest, it expedites resolving issues which might otherwise have remained too long beyond your grasp.

In addition to joining SnapDivorce, Carole maintains a private mediation practice in Texas. She is a volunteer mediator for the Dispute Resolution Center in Waco, TX, and a member of the Texas Association of Mediators. Carole has 100 hours of training in mediation, arbitration, and domestic violence issues.

Mediation is your best opportunity to retain control and decision making over your future.