Five on Three: Divorce Mediation Centers of Texas

Sharon Easley         

Owner, Divorce Mediation Centers of Texas

Divorce Mediation Center of Texas employs experienced family law attorney/mediators who can guide a couple through all the decisions they need to make about their financial affairs, living arrangements and, most importantly, how they will co-parent their children.  Mediators can keep the parties to a divorce out of the courtroom, save them thousands of dollars and help them negotiate a parenting plan that enhances the likelihood of a healthy co-parenting relationship in the future.

Address:  2329 Coit Rd, Suite B,  Plano,  75075,

Phone: 972-758-9999


Year opened: 2015

Number of employees: 5

What does your business offer that is unique, compared to similar businesses? 

We remove the courtroom drama, conflict and excessive legal fees from the divorce process and preserve and enhance the post divorce co-parenting relationship.

What is the most important part of your job on a daily basis? 

Educating people that there is a 3rd choice, mediation, which helps people do it right the first time.

What are your keys to success?

 Passion for helping people through the process in a healthy way with the ability to discover/provide unique creative resolutions to common problems.  I have been a practicing attorney for 27 years.

What surprises you most about your job? 

It is the little things that cause the most conflict.

Tell us something most people wouldn't know about your company.  

I developed the vision for Divorce Mediation Centers of Texas after 27 years of representing clients who spent tens of thousands of dollars to end their marriage relationship, all the while involving their children in very high conflict litigation over custody and support issues.  I learned that the fight was more traumatic for the children than the reason for the fight and that the conflict could destroy any hope for the parents to co-parent their children in the future.  I vowed to find a better way for couples, and particularly parents, to divorce that would cause less trauma and allow for a better and healthier co-parenting relationship after the divorce.  Doing that is the primary aim of Divorce Mediation Centers of Texas.

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