Divorce Resolutions, LLC connects local mediators and arbiters with people seeking dispute resolution services for divorce, parenting, and other family matters. We offer a range of professionals with different styles, availability, and rates to fit your situation. All Divorce Resolution, LLC mediators and arbiters are attorneys who specialize in family law.
Ms. Balten’s professional background is a diverse combination of civil litigation, family law litigation, and business and real estate transactional matters. Her family law practice focuses primarily on dissolution of marriage actions, post-decree modifications of parental responsibility and child support, and relocation matters. Ms. Balten is also a certified Child and Family Investigator and Parenting Coordinator/Decision Maker. Ms. Balten’s varied background provides her a unique ability to mediate with clients going through divorces with complex business issues and assets, and challenging parenting time matters. Ms. Balten strives to empower clients to find creative and amicable solutions that work for their unique situations and families.View Profile
As founding shareholder of Ciancio Ciancio Brown, P.C. and head of the firm’s Family Law Group, my practice specializes in high asset divorces and complex child custody disputes. I am a certified mediator conducting both mediations and arbitrations for parties with or without lawyers. With over 20 years of experience exclusively in family law, and another four years prior as a Deputy District Attorney in Adams County, my peers perceive me as a highly skilled negotiator and litigator who is able to reach favorable results for my clients.
I have represented hundreds of people with a wide range of issues and mediated many more matters. I am a vigorous advocate for my clients’ interests, staying highly involved with every aspect of their case. I pride myself in knowing how to move a matter forward.View Profile
I am passionate about mediation and the practice of family law because I enjoy helping clients navigate through the resolution of their issues. I strongly believe that flexibility in approach is essential, and I advocate for my clients to reach a place of peace about the outcomes in their case and the changes in their family dynamics.
My practice thus far has focused exclusively in family law matters with extensive experience in discovery of assets, settlement negotiation, mediation, and complex litigation. I started practicing family law in boutique firms in and around Chicago and Cook County, Illinois. There I built a reputation for thoroughly preparing cases for trial and treating clients, opposing counsel, and the courts with dignity and respect throughout the process. In addition to mediating through Divorce Resolutions, I also practice family law as attorney at the boutique firm, Ciancio Ciancio Brown.View Profile
After law school, I quickly realized I had a passion for family law issues and helping families through the most difficult times they may face. I started as an intern at the Arapahoe County District Court, then interned for a prominent private family law firm in Denver. That was followed by a fellowship with the Honorable David Goldberg in Denver County District Court, where I focused solely on family law matters. Then, after the bar, I served as a law clerk in Adams County District Court on the domestic and civil dockets. There, I drafted hundreds of orders in a wide variety of cases including: dissolutions of marriage, allocation of parental responsibilities, and post-decree modifications.
My experience has now led me to practice family law at the boutique law firm, Ciancio Ciancio Brown. Additionally I have begun mediating with Divorce Resolutions to help a wider range of families through the difficult times they face.View Profile
My litigation practice includes mediation, family law, and general litigation matters. I understand that parties to these matters are very often going through some of the most difficult times in their lives, and I bring that same mindset to the table when I have the honor of serving as a third-party, neutral mediator at Divorce Resolutions. I approach each mediation with compassion, understanding, and thoroughness. I am very sensitive to the fact that parties participating in the mediation process are navigating the often-confusing nuances of the judicial system, and my goal is to always work within the boundaries of my role to assist the parties in hopefully reaching the best resolution possible.
I specialize in assisting parties in the following areas: divorce and legal separation, allocation of parental responsibilities, child support, maintenance, same-sex issues, partition actions, common law marriage, complex financial issues, paternity matters, marital and co-habitation agreements, contempt issues, and post-decree issues of all kinds.
I graduated in the top 3% of my class at the University of Denver Sturm College of Law. After law school, I served as a Law Clerk to the Honorable Jane A. Tidball at the Jefferson County District Court. I assisted in managing her division’s civil, domestic, and criminal dockets. From this experience, I gained inside perspective as to how judges evaluate, analyze, and decide complex legal issues. This valuable knowledge assists me every single day in both my practice as a litigator and as a mediator. I then worked at a boutique family law firm in downtown Denver, and then as an Assistant District Attorney in Denver, before joining the law firm Ciancio Ciancio Brown, P.C., where I am a Partner. In my free time, I enjoy running, traveling, skiing and the local restaurant scene.View Profile
Melinda Moses is my full name, but most people know me as Mindy. I started my path to practicing mediation as a staff attorney at the Colorado Court of Appeals. For 20 years I specialized in cases involving all aspects of family law, dependency and neglect, adoption and paternity, as well as complex financial matters. My cases often required resolution of constitutional issues and issues of first impression. I have since been practicing law at boutique firms specializing in family matters. My style is to serve my clients with compassion, patience, and the skills necessary to guide them through the dissolution and post-decree process as painlessly and efficiently as possible. I value the use of mediation in the dissolution and post-decree process.View Profile
Judge Edward Moss (retired) was a litigator for 24 years followed by 16 years as a Colorado District Court Judge. His practice is limited to mediation, arbitration, and private judging (pursuant to Colorado Revised Statute §13-3-111). Before going into private practice, he was a United States Supreme Court judicial intern and a law clerk to Judge Sherman Finesilver at the U.S. District Court in Denver.
Judge Moss has presided over hundreds of jury and court trials while assigned to civil, domestic relations, criminal, and juvenile divisions. His cases included contract, products liability, divorce / parental responsibility, construction, homeowner association, partnership, oil and gas, personal injury, and employment disputes. While a judge, he was a member of the Colorado Supreme Court’s Multi-District Litigation Panel.
Judge Moss is on the panel of the American Arbitration Association and a member of the Colorado Bar Association business and family law sections. He is a long-time member of the CBA Ethics Committee (Chair, 2016-2017). Judge Moss is a frequent lecturer on trial court practice and legal and judicial ethics and has received several awards including volunteer lawyer of the year from Metro [Denver] Volunteer Lawyers and CASA Judge of the Year. Before being appointed to the bench, Judge Moss was the Mayor of Westminster, Colorado.View Profile
I am a firm believer that there is no one-size-fits-all solution for people who find themselves facing divorce, the allocation of parental responsibilities, the modification of existing family law orders, or any other family law matter. Mediation gives you the opportunity to find creative solutions that work for your situation. Mediation is a vital step in your family law matter offering you the ability and opportunity to reach negotiated agreements without protracted litigation.
I approach mediation with a calm, professional demeanor to help you navigate the legal process with a solution-focused approach so that you can get through your family law matter with as much ease as possible and begin the next phase of your life.
I am also a family law attorney with Ciancio Ciancio Brown, P.C. I have been in the legal industry for over 10 years, working in various areas of the law including bankruptcy, disability law, and legal and ethics compliance for mental health providers. Since April 2017, I’ve worked exclusively on family law matters.View Profile
Since Honorable Peter J. Stapp’s retirement in June of 2018, he decided to continue his work by attending the CBA mediation course. Once fulfilling his mediation requirements, he has handled dozens of Parenting Coordinator Decision Maker (PC/DM) matters where he has made decisions and written orders for the Court regarding children’s living arrangements, health, travel, and therapy issues. Honorable Stapp has also arbitrated several domestic relations and civil cases involving spousal maintenance, retirement issues and post decree matters. His vast experience with youth and their families makes him a wonderful mediator who will guide you to make family and future decisions to benefit all involved.
Magistrate Peter J. Stapp, retired from the 17th Judicial District of Colorado in 2018. Honorable Stapp handled domestic cases consisting of temporary and permanent protection orders, child support, relocation and parenting plans and dealt with dependency and neglect issues for over thirteen years as a magistrate.
Before becoming a magistrate, Honorable Peter J. Stapp worked with abused, neglected, and delinquent juveniles and their families through the Department of Youth Corrections, Social Services, Juvenile Detention Center and coordinated the caseworkers and the probation officers for home visits, staffing and hearings.
Honorable Peter J. Stapp attended the University of Colorado and received his B.A. in 1978 in history and political science. In 1982 he received his J.D. at the University of Denver College of Law and was admitted to the Colorado Bar in 1983.
Being a native of Colorado is a rare thing now a days, as Honorable Peter Stapp has lived in the Metro area all his live. He is married and has helped raise three children with his beautiful wife. He enjoys hikes and long walks.View Profile
Marc J. Kaplan is a practicing trial lawyer, appellate lawyer, special master, and arbitrator. Having been certified by the National Board of Trial Advocacy, Marc is a formidable advocate in court. He provides his clients with expertise in civil litigation and appeals, including complex divorces. He practices in all civil areas of the law, but primarily in the areas of family law and legal malpractice.View Profile
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