About Lauren Bokor

Specializing in Divorce Mediation & Collaborative Law

Call 212-876-9476 for a free phone consultation.

Lauren Bokor, Esq. is a practicing Divorce Mediator, Collaborative Lawyer, and attorney, with convenient offices located in New York and Westchester County. Lauren graduated from SUNY Buffalo in 1984 with a degree in Business Administration, and she graduated from Cardozo School of Law in 1988 with a J.D. in law. She was also a visiting professor of “Divorce Mediation Workshop” at Brooklyn Law School. In addition, Lauren has completed trainings in Mediation (Ackerman Institute for the Family) and Collaborative Law (Office of Court Administrations Collaborative Law Training) and practices in both areas. She is also a Florida Supreme Court Certified Family Mediator.

Prior to becoming a Divorce Mediator and Collaborative Lawyer, Lauren was a Divorce Litigator. Her experience in the New York Court System is extensive and includes cases covering the full range of Divorce and Family Law issues. Lauren brings to you her knowledge of the law on Divorce, her experience as a litigator, mediator and collaborative lawyer, and her training in mediation and collaborative law, so that you can resolve your divorce issues in an informed, calm manner, and get on with your life.

Lauren also brings her own personal experience to the process. Lauren has gone through her own divorce and has dealt with many post-divorce parenting issues you will face in raising your children with an ex-spouse. Her personal experience in addressing the day-to-day challenges of raising children in two homes provides insightful and practical suggestions on how best to productively raise healthy, happy children.

Lauren’s professional and personal experiences has led her to the conclusion that parties going through a divorce need choices in how they resolve their Divorce issues. Divorce Mediation and Collaborative Law offers such additional choices to divorcing couples who previously were limited to Traditional Divorce as an only method of resolving marital issues.

Ackerman Institute for the Family
Office of Court Administrations Collaborative Law Training

Call 212-876-9476 for a free phone consultation.

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