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  1. J.V on July 24, 2015 at 12:07 am

    Divorce is a tense time with anger and lack of trust running at fever pitch. New Hope Divorce Mediation acted in a professional and even-handed fashion. I came out of the process believing that I had been treated fairly. I would not hesitate in recommending them to others.

  2. T.P. on July 24, 2015 at 12:09 am

    I recommend mediation for couples who are seeking separation and divorce and I highly recommend New Hope Divorce Mediation as a divorce mediator! At all times I found this process to be organized, efficient and our mediator extremely competent. Our mediator’s communication both written and verbal, was excellent. Thank you for all of your help!

  3. K.K. on July 24, 2015 at 12:10 am

    This was the most difficult period of my life and your professionalism and organizational skills helped to maintain the sense of order and fairness I had hoped for. Each step was clearly explained and the timeline you provided moved us through the process and kept us focused. The result was a fair and equitable settlement.

  4. M.P. on July 24, 2015 at 12:10 am

    When I realized my marriage was coming to an end and that a divorce was inevitable I began to research my options. After a lot of searching I decided to go with New Hope Divorce Mediation. I am so happy that I chose this company and especially Mindey Elgart. She was fair, understanding, and very professional. There was a lot I didn’t understand because my emotions were getting the best of me. Mindey took the time and explained everything so that I knew exactly what was going on.

  5. B.K. on July 24, 2015 at 12:11 am

    Our attorney mediator, Mindey Elgart at new hope divorce mediation made my divorce as smooth and painless as possible. Mindey is a compassionate and caring person who not only understood what we were going through, but helped us reach a fair settlement quickly and at a reasonable cost. She was knowledgeable and had the patience to make sure both of us understood each step and then guided us through the entire process. I would definitely recommend mediation and Mindey Elgart.

  6. J.O. on July 24, 2015 at 12:12 am

    Divorce can be a very difficult process, emotionally and financially. Mindey Elgart, the owner of New Hope Divorce Mediation, has the experience, knowledge and compassion to guide you through your divorce with grace and fairness. She is solution oriented and she listens so that your concerns are addressed. She is very helpful in obtaining a resolution that is best for your family. I highly recommend her if you are going the mediation route.

  7. MG on July 26, 2015 at 5:35 am

    From our first conversation it was clear that Mindey understood how to take a painful situation and make it painless as possible. Her calm and logical demeanor walked us through a methodical process delivering exactly what we were looking for…a clean, quick and amicable divorce. Contact Mindey first, we didn’t, but I can’t be more thankful that we found her. Best of luck to you, it gets better 🙂

  8. MS on February 9, 2016 at 3:35 am

    You really made the process painless. When we first met, I was impressed with your professionalism and experience and I was convinced that we found the right person to help us with this difficult process.

  9. Anonymous on May 15, 2017 at 8:48 pm

    Don’t waste your time and money. For the 5,000 she charges you get about 4 hrs of debating on who gets what. Actually, 1 initial meeting to let her sell you… the next two how she can screw you over. its a joke. she has no idea what is just and what isn’t. She hears and believes whoever she wants too. If your mom has dementia, there is a bonding point for you.
    A friend of mine paid 1,500 for a lawyer and got fair and personal treatment, and didn’t have to file all the paperwork herself. A lawyer fights for you to make sure you don’t get screwed over.. Mindy makes decisions based on whatever she hears and believes, when there is absolutely no truth to what she was told.
    if you have only been married a couple years maybe its worth it, but if you have 40 years in, its a joke. She splits everything right up the middle… when you make half as much as your husband. and hey yard sales when you aren’t there hosted by your soon to be X, A-OK, somebodies gotta make money! another bonding point… dumpster divers.
    she thinks its great! If you want to go dumpster dive in Big Lots trash then sell the tools, she thinks thats funny! (her brother does it too)

    She is very cold and matter of fact, and our paperwork was botched up to boot. ANY and all contact after your two, $2,000 dollar get togethers are via email.
    I would not recommend her to any of my friends.