Now that divorce has become your reality,

do you want a CIVIL process where YOU CONTROL the OUTCOME

and the COST, rather than letting the Judges decide for you?

MEDIATION is the perfect option for you!

Call 888-610-6362 to schedule your FREE mediation phone consult with Denisa.

Denisa works with clients within the entire US and has office locations in the COLORADO and NEW YORK area.

“Divorce does not have to be the end of the world. I highly recommend staying amicable and gentle with one another. There are many roads to be traveled. Choose your way wisely. Thank you Denisa Tova for your guidance, support and tender love through this.”

Clients Constance and Jeff

Denisa TovaDenisa Tova – Divorce Mediator

Denisa Tova is an experienced divorce mediator and Certified Divorce Financial Analyst™. She has mediated over 2,000 cases, helping minimize the financial and emotional cost of the divorce. She assists couples with negotiating equitable financial settlements and family-centered co-parenting agreements, and helps them navigate the complicated divorce process quickly, fairly and inexpensively. Being passionate about financial education, Denisa is also a Certified Financial Planner and had served as a financial expert for five years on Colorado television (including Fox31 News), and wrote business columns for the Colorado Springs Gazette and The Denver Post. She is a published author and a national speaker.

Save Money With Mediation

The average cost of litigated divorce is $25,000 per person. Choosing mediation will allow you to keep more money in your pocket.

Make it Easier on the Kids

Mediation fosters cooperation between parents and healthy co-parenting, which in turn lessens the trauma on children.

Predict Financial Outcomes

Mediation will allow you to understand what your individual situation will look like after divorce and  help you learn how to rebuild your finances.


The Bedroom Elephant

Denisa Tova discusses what it takes to have a successful divorce in her published book,  The Bedroom Elephant: A Guide to Successful Divorce:

The Bedroom Elephant will help you become aware of things that impact your ability to make informed decisions and come to an equitable settlement; Avoid costly mistakes; Learn from real-life divorce cases that illustrate how others were able to apply these strategies; Create a list of questions to ask yourself before you make the final decision; Level the playing field when one of you has not been part of the financial decision-making process and help you get up to speed about your finances; Re-build financially after the divorce to create possibilities for yourself; and use non-adversarial alternatives for divorce, such as mediation or a collaborative model.

Get your copy of The Bedroom Elephant here. 

“Besides being incredibly affordable, professional, and fair, we are walking away from this feeling that the settlement was equitable. Most important, and I was adamant about this from the start, is that we are not adversaries and can still talk to each other. So many people end their marriage hating each other leaving friends, family, and children paying the price.”

Clients Gary & Linda

“This divorce has been one of the most trying times for our family. We both want to express our outmost gratitude for walking us through this though process and allowing us to walk away as friends. You have an amazing talent to bring out the best in people even in their emotionally most difficult times. Our 12 year old told us that we should “thank the nice divorce lady for helping mom and dad be nice to each other”. Thank you from the bottom of our hearts!” 

Clients Lisa & David

“As a former district court judge in the State of Colorado and as a trial court judge for over 21 years, I want to extend my personal thanks to you for assisting citizens of Colorado with dividing their finances rationally during their divorce. As a former state district court judge, I handled thousands of divorces and would have loved to have the types of services that you offer in divorce cases that I presided over.”

United States Magistrate Judge