Arizona Premier Mediation Leader
with over 30 years experience

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This is the secret millions of people now choose for the  HEALTHY, AFFORDABLE, and ONLY WAY TO STAY OUT OF A COURT DIVORCE process.

About Us

Tina Baker JD, MC, LPC, Owner Professional Mediator

  • Over 30 years experience Mediation, Business, Psychology and Law

  • Attorney -Arizona Bar Association over 20 years

  • Mediator – Nationally Trained Family Law Mediator

  • Mediator – Arizona Court and Attorney General Trained Mediator

  • Therapist – Arizona Licensed Professional Counselor

  • Extensive Education- Baker University, BA, Communications & Business, University of Kansas School of Law, Arizona State University, MA, Counseling

  • Business Degree and 35 years of Business Experience

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Service Reviews

“As a therapist, I am familiar with the sadness and bitterness that can occur when a couple decides to separate or divorce. Mediation makes this easier  for couples and their children. I recommend Tina Baker because she uses her unique combination o f skills as a Licensed Arizona Attorney and a Licensed Professional Counselor to assist divorcing couples maintain control of their lives, cope with difficult  decisions, protect their children and make informed decisions.” – Teresa Burt, MC, PLC, Psychotherapist

Locations Valley Wide

Phoenix Office

10201 S. 51st Street

Suite 270

Phoenix, Arizona 85044

Phone: 480-704-3440

Scottsdale Office

17470 N. Pacesetter Way

Scottsdale, Arizona 85255

Phone: 480-704-3440

Chandler Office

1820 E. Ray Road

Chandler, Arizona 85225

Phone: 480-704-3440

Midtown Phoenix Office

2942 N. 24th Street

Phoenix, Arizona 85046

Phone: 480-704-3440


Child Support. You are not alone in your responsibility to pay for your child’s education, extracurricular activities, clothes, food, healthcare and other basic needs.

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Prenuptial & Postnuptial Agreements. Many couples choose to create prenuptial, or premarital, agreements before they wed or postnuptial agreements after they’ve tied the knot.

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Equitable Distribution of Property. In Arizona assets acquired and liabilities incurred during the marriage are considered marital property, and when couples divorce or separate, those assets are subject to equitable distribution. 

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