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 Deborah Rothman,   Los Angeles CA    04/18/13 
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That's very interesting. Assuming family law is not sui generis in this respect, I would be interested in reading more about this process. Have you written anything?
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 Stacey ,   Southlake TX  shl@detentemediation.com      04/17/13 
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The problems in mediation you have articulated so eloquently are very real. I am one mediator (former trial lawyer) who believes clients' self-determination should govern the results of mediation. To that end, I have designed a mediation process that takes a fresh approach to consensual resolution in divorce through a collaborative association of neutral interdisciplinary professionals. It's a successful combination of collaborative practice and mediation that has given the control back to the clients and makes for a truly satisfying practice for the professionals. If you would like further information, I would be happy to talk with you about it.
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