Christina Zavell, Esquire, has her BA in International Relations from Brown University and JD from Suffolk University Law School. After years of practice in Massachusetts, she relocated with her family to Utah in 2014 and completed her Certificate in Conflict Resolution and the Domestic Mediation Certificate course at the University of Utah. Christina was added to the Roster of Master Mediators in 2019 and passed the Utah Bar Exam in 2020. She specializes in high conflict family dynamics, including but not limited to initial divorces, modifications, parent-time/ custody and probate mediations. Christina believes mediation is a powerful tool for family systems in crisis or conflict.
Christina is a life-long learner and has completed many advanced trainings in her areas of practice. In 2020 Christina completed training in Collaborative Law in accords with the standards of the International Association of Collaborative Professionals. In 2018 Christina earned certificates in Elder Mediation with an emphasis on Adult Guardianship, Conservatorship and Family Caregivers. In 2019 she completed additional training in Eldercaring Coordination developed in collaboration with the Association for Conflict Resolution and the Association of Family and Conciliation Courts. These trainings elevate her education around high conflict family systems of all ages and dynamics. She has a direct, no-nonsense but compassionate approach to family systems and probate mediation.
Christina is a member of the Association of Family and Conciliation Courts and serves on the Park City Bar Association. A lifelong volunteer and community activist, she has spearheaded major community projects and served on several committees and boards including Summit Land Conservancy.