Lori Caravalho is an experienced professional divorce mediator. She is a Court Investigator for the Worcester County Juvenile Court and has years of experience working within the court systems. Her many years of experience working with families in transition enables her to guide folks through the divorce mediation process with ease.
Lori previously served as a Court Appointed Special Advocate (“CASA”) in Worcester County, Massachusetts. At CASA, she held a leadership position as a supervisor and trainer before moving on to other mediation work with families and children. Lori also provided Permanency Mediation services for Children’s Services of Roxbury, Inc., Massachusetts Families for Kids (“MFFK”). Her work at MFFK focused on assisting families in open adoptions and guardianships, ensuring permanency for children.
Lori Caravalho is a talented and skilled family law and divorce mediator. She understands that divorce can be difficult. She is compassionate and caring, traits she shares throughout the mediation process. Lori earned her bachelor’s degree in psychology from Worcester State University. She currently lives in West Boylston with her husband and daughter.