Mediating Family Concerns
Mediation can help people discuss their differences, learn new information, and make decisions. The mediator facilitates the conversation by helping you to
- clarify your own goals and preferences;
- identify choices, resources, and options to make fully informed decisions;
- better understand the perspective of the other person.
Mediation can help you change the quality of your interactions so you can find a resolution.
Children need their parents, even when parents don’t get along. Determine the decision-making and care for your children living in two households. Children do best when parents are able to work together for their children’s welfare.
Separation and Divorce
Resolve property division, tax issues, pensions, insurance, parenting plans, holidays and vacations, moving, or other issues important to you. Create possibilities and necessary accountability.
Elder Care, Guardianship, and Intergenerational Family Issues
Even well intentioned family members can be set apart during the care for loved ones unable to care for themselves and the distribution of assets. Come together to bring relief.
What you can do to prepare:
I trust your ability to make good decisions. I won’t make decisions for you or push you into decisions you don’t want. To make a better future, imagine the conflict resolved. What would you be doing differently?