A former family law attorney with twenty-five years of experience, Regina went on to found Family Transitions to help families reduce their financial and emotional trauma during a divorce.
Regina has served as an Adjunct Professor at Widener University Delaware Law School. She graduated Cum Laude from The George Washington University and Widener University Delaware Law School, where she was the recipient of the Presidential Scholarship Award.
Over a decade ago, Regina’s son was diagnosed with a devastating condition called Duchenne Muscular Dystrophy. It was then that she became convinced that her clients were wasting too much valuable energy embroiled in battles over their divorces and giving control of their lives to lawyers and courts.
After years of being frustrated with the process (and going through it herself), in 2018 Regina started Family Transitions Divorce Coaching & Mediation™. Since then, she has helped dozens of families through the hardest circumstances, avoiding the typical emotional and financial destruction that comes with divorce. Regina’s clients navigate their divorces efficiently and calmly, transitioning to two households with control as they create divorce agreements that are tailored to their unique family needs (no cookie-cutter approach here).
At Family Transitions, clients participate in a coaching and mediation program known as The 21st Century Family Transition™. This program shifts the process from one of blame, anger, and shame to compassion, empathy, and mutual acceptance. It saves families thousands of dollars over traditional divorce, because the program gives them comprehensive information about all aspects of divorce, avoiding lawyers completely. The financial savings are just a bonus though. The most important benefit is creating a healthy, two-household family that minimizes emotional harm to everyone involved and provides a strong foundation for healthy co-parenting.