Female Bucks County divorce mediator Karen Salib

Karen Salib, Esq.

Position: Mediator & Process Development

Years in Practice: 10
Education: J.D., Temple University, Beasley School of Law; B.S., University of Pittsburgh
Areas Served: Pennsylvania: Bucks County, Montgomery County, Philadelphia County, Lehigh County, Dauphin County

After 10 years of experience working with divorcing families, Karen understands the sensitive and overwhelming nature of a pending divorce. As both a parent and an attorney, Karen recognizes and shares your desire to reach a fair and equitable result and is wholly committed to helping you resolve your divorce as amicably as possible.

Karen helped develop SnapDivorce after becoming convinced that most couples could resolve their divorce matters outside of court by investing in the mediation process.

“Mediation is an opportunity for both parties to positively contribute and actively participate in the outcome of their divorce. Even in the most difficult cases, mediation allows couples to focus on making smart decisions for themselves and their families, which results in a stronger, more secure future for everyone involved.”

An experienced and trained divorce mediator, Karen expertly maintains open and transparent lines of communication, ensuring that you are informed and updated at every stage, from your initial consultation to the successful completion of your case.

In addition to being one of the lead divorce mediators at SnapDivorce, Karen also guides SnapDivorce’s process development team, with a focus on continually improving client experience.

Prior to joining SnapDivorce, Karen practiced divorce mediation and litigation at two highly regarded family law firms: Cooley & Handy, in Doylestown and Berner Klaw & Watson in Center City Philadelphia.