MIRIAM G. KOSOWSKY, J.D., is an attorney-mediator who has been mediating exclusively for over ten years and an attorney for over twenty five years.Before becoming the principal of MediationSaves she worked for Diane Neumann and Associates. Miriam has mediated in courts in Middlesex, Norfolk, Suffolk and Essex Counties. Before focusing exclusively on domestic relations Miriam's private mediation practice included a wide array of civil disputes, such as child custody, contract, property, and labor disputes.
Miriam's clients range from those with complex compensation packages including deferred income and stock options to hourly workers. She also has vast experience clients who are business owners or self employed. Miriam's areas of expertise are child custody and parenting plans, child support and expenses, and real estate, with a focus on the available choices regarding the marital residence; the specific advantages and disadvantages of jointly owning the home post divorce. Miriam’s goal for her clients is that they are satisfied with their divorce agreement in the years ahead.
Miriam is a graduate of Harvard Law School, cum laude. At Harvard Law School, she was the president of the Family and Children’s Rights Project, and served in the family division of the Jamaica Plains Legal Services Bureau. Miriam received her B.A. in psychology from Barnard College, graduating summa cum laude, with a concentration in child related courses; child development, and spatial representation by children. While at Barnard, she worked in a preschool in New York City.
Miriam was an attorney at Sullivan & Worcester LLP in Boston, MA, where she litigated, negotiated, and settled business, contractual and tort disputes for US and international private and corporate clients. Through her pro bono representation of families at the Catholic Charities Bureau, she worked to protect families and children. Miriam is a former assistant district attorney for the Norfolk County District Attorney’s office, and received extensive training in domestic violence, as well as custody disputes.
Miriam is the mother of four children and has been active in her children’s school and community institutions