Why Mediate

Practice Areas


Marriage Mediation 

Child Parent Mediation 

Child Custody Mediation 

Trial Separation/ Interim Agreement Mediation

Divorce Mediation 

Civil Union Mediation

Child Support Mediation 

Pre and Post Nuptial Agreement Mediation 

Landlord/Tenant Mediation 



"Understanding how mediation works is important because it also explains why more couples choose mediation over going to trial.  Mediation is quicker, less expensive and private.  There is no stress of having to face a judge in a formal courtroom setting and talk about your personal financial issues and your personal family life. Whatever is said at mediation, stays at mediation. It is confidential, unlike a court hearing where testimony is put into public record and anyone can come in and sit down and listen to you and soon to be ex-spouse fighting over your divorce issues. You have control over decisions without the court intervening.


The courts favors divorce mediation and prefers that couples use alternative dispute resolution such as mediation because it frees up the court calendar to hear more pressing and urgent family law matters on other cases such as temporary restraining orders and temporary support, visitation and custody matters. 


If you are contemplating a divorce or having trouble settling divorce issues with your spouse, mediation might be the best choice for you and your spouse to settle your divorce issues in a more amicable fashion with less stress on you and other family members, including your children. Remember that divorce also takes a toll on children and affects other family members including your pets. Being able to settle issues quickly helps children and other family members adjust to the situation as well. " 

-Bruce Provda


Our Team

Naomi F. Boylan Campbell

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A graduate from Colorado Technical University in Criminal Justice magna cum laude alongside a Certification in Legal and Judicial Studies. Naomi has spent many years making sure her continuing education was within the legal capacity of finance, business and family law. She holds Post Graduate Professional Certification in  Mediation from University of New Mexico Law School. Naomi holds an Executive Legal Certification from Vanderbilt Law School.  Naomi is in the process of completing an Advanced Negotiations Certification from Harvard University.  Naomi is a member of The Academy of Professional Family Mediators as a Mediator, Certified and a member of The Mediation Association of Colorado, Standard Member. Naomi has been admitted as a member of the Colorado Bar Association. 


Kimberly Sheldon

Kimberly William

With a M.S. in Urban Education from Nova Southeastern University and a Certification in Special Education. Kimberly has spent sixteen years teaching and working with students with special needs. She specializes in working within the Colorado school system with parents to create and implement educational plans to make her students successful. She has worked with children from ages 5-18 years of age.