Mary Krauel – CPA, CA, Executive MBA, B Math, CDFA
Cert. Conflict Resolution, Cert. Strategic Change
Owner/Senior Negotiator – PRM Mediation
Member of OAFM and ADR Institute of Ontario
Neutral Third Party – Calming Presence – Strategic Plan – Creative Solutions – Cost Effective
ONE STOP DIVORCE MEDIATION – Mediating financial and parenting decisions instead of litigating in an adversarial legal system with divorce lawyers. As owner of PRM Mediation, Mary is Changing Conflict Into Opportunity™ with her step-by-step strategic mediation model that empowers decision makers and focuses on resolution. She brings smart financial decisions to your divorce while maximizing your net worth, putting your children first with family-centric co-parenting plans, reducing time and stress and transitioning effectively to a new life, all in a dignified way.
Mary has taken her considerable corporate experience in mediating and negotiating multi-million dollar contracts and her deep financial expertise to family mediation. Her certification in managing change, skills in conflict resolution and understanding human relationships for the last 20 years together with her hands-on care and empathy are used to help guide couples to achieve their best outcome – preserving their assets and most importantly healthy relationships with their children.
Although she has uniquely differentiated herself to help higher net worth couples with complex assets and those with family businesses, every client is guided to consider cash flow, tax implications, and debt options when making financial asset division and support decisions.
Divorce packages are designed to meet your needs: Children Only - Property & Support Only - Children & Property - A La Carte Options. Complex or Basic.
She serves clients from two locations: Mississauga (905) 267-2175 – including Oakville, Brampton, Etobicoke, Port Credit, Milton, Burlington, Hamilton and GTA
London (519) 858-5865 – including Woodstock, St. Thomas, Stratford, Tillsonburg and Strathroy.
To contact Mary about a consultation or speaking engagement email her at mkrauel@PRMmediation.com. Visit her website at www.PRMmediation.com
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