Roseann is one of the few professional mediators in New Jersey who does this full-time. Mediation is her singular focus, and she works tirelessly to stay up-to-date on divorce and family law issues, so she can offer her clients innovative and cutting-edge solutions for the maximum benefit of all parties involved. Roseann also handles each mediation session personally, working closely with clients to bring their cases to successful conclusions.
Roseann’s experience and credentials alone set her apart from other professional mediators in the state. She has an extensive business and financial background, and worked for many years in a corporate setting. Roseann is also very personable, down-to-earth, and she is truly passionate about her work. Having been through a divorce herself and benefited from the advantages of mediation, Roseann brings a unique perspective along with the ability to remain impartial while deeply empathizing with what each party is going through.
Roseann began her career more than 25 years ago with a Global Fortune 100 firm. She specialized and excelled in negotiating complex contracts – a skill that goes to the heart of her work as a mediator. Roseann has also been a successful entrepreneur and local business owner, and has accumulated several years of strong business operating experience.
Roseann brings a rare level of expertise to her profession. She received her certification training in family/divorce mediation and elder mediation from the New Jersey Association of Professional Mediators. Roseann is among the few mediators in New Jersey and Pennsylvania to receive formal training in elder mediation. She is also an active member of the New Jersey Association of Professional Mediators and the Academy of Professional Family Mediators. Roseann also was inducted into the Cambridge Who’s Who list of executives, professionals and entrepreneurs.
Because of her in-depth financial and business experience, Roseann is well-equipped to handle even the most complex divorce mediation cases. For example, she has worked with countless high net worth couples with unique investments and complicated assets such as family-owned businesses.
Roseann helps couples with complex financial issues put together win-win resolutions designed to satisfy all parties involved. When needed, she works closely with outside experts, such as financial advisors, CPAs, business valuators, real estate appraisers, and the legal counsel for the spouses to receive additional input toward developing a complete and comprehensive settlement.
Mediation requires a delicate balance: the neutral third party must be firm yet compassionate, knowledgeable yet creative. Roseann is all of the above. She deftly handles difficult divorce and family issues with one goal in mind: a resolution that benefits everyone.
Roseann believes in the power of mediation because she’s been there. Roseann experienced a successfully mediated divorce that allowed her to move on with her life. She also has been through a lengthy family dispute involving elder care. She fully understands how much families benefit when they mediate – and suffer when they don’t.
Roseann is a recognized expert on divorce and her words of wisdom have appeared in the Huffington Post. She has also previously hosted a weekly radio show dedicated to understanding family issues. She is currently publisher of “Family Affaires” magazine (FamilyAffaires.com), a worldwide online publication and community offering education and support in the areas of Special Needs Parenting, Divorce, Health Crisis and Aging Family Members.
In this community, experts and everyday people offer their support through education and sharing of personal stories. Roseann’s passion for helping families in transition is the driving force behind this wonderful resource. She believes that by offering education to the community, families can make educated decisions which will help families thrive.
Roseann was past President of the Board of Trustees for CASA (Court-Appointed Special Advocates) for Children of Mercer and Burlington Counties. CASA is a non-profit organization that trains volunteers who are court-appointed advocates for children in the foster system who have been removed from their homes because of abuse and neglect.