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Hire ONE Mediator Instead of TWO Attorneys.

Romine Family Law and Mediation Center offers “Pro-Se Divorce by Mediation” to couples who want to avoid the cost and adversarial process of hiring two attorneys but need help in working out the details of a divorce. Pro-Se refers to parties who do not have attorneys.

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It is impossible to describe the fear and pain a child goes through when the two people he or she loves most in the world are fighting with each other. You can prevent this from happening to YOUR children. 

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Settle your case without going to court.

For those times when “No Attorney” divorce is NOT appropriate, Carol will provide legal representation designed to keep you out of court and help you divorce with dignity. Resolve your divorce through negotiation, collaboration or mediation.


Hamilton County Divorce Mediator


Carol Jean Romine

My name is Carol Romine and I can vouch from personal experience that 1) divorce does not have to be awful and 2) the degree of “awfulness” will most likely be determined, not by your soon-to-be-ex-spouse, but by the kind of lawyer you hire. Your friends and relatives may advise you to hire a real “shark” because your spouse is certainly going to hire one. Unfortunately, that may be the worst advice you could receive. A “shark” is defined as a predatory fish that eats smaller fish and is sometimes dangerous to human beings. An attorney who is known as a “shark” will definitely be dangerous to human beings and most especially dangerous to the pocketbooks, spouses, and children of human beings. While you may, indeed, need an attorney with litigation experience, your pending divorce will be the worst kind of “awfulness” if you hire a shark.


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