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The Financially Smart Divorce Book Review 02/17/2017
Divorce mediators can greatly benefit from reading and having readily on hand this new book by a Certified Divorce Financial Analyst who understands that divorce should be a planning process.
Is Divorce The Real Target? 02/17/2017
Armand and Robbin DAlo
When the fire of love feels dead or the threat of divorce is put on the table what is really happening?
Divorce Mediation In Ohio 01/13/2017
Eric Laubacher
This article discusses options for reaching equitable solutions before divorce.
Avoiding the Holiday Blues During Separation or After Divorce 12/18/2016
Dr. Lynne C. Halem
With some creativity, and openness to future adjustment, separated and divorced couples can preserve key ingredients of the holiday season by pre-planning the children’s shared visits ahead of time.
Are They Ready to Divorce? 11/17/2016
Janet Wiseman
How many times do clients come into your divorce mediation office when they aren't on the same page?
Not Another “How to Choose the Best Divorce Mediator” Article: It’s a Matter of Trust 08/26/2016
Michael Aurit
Articles about “Choosing the Best Divorce Mediator” may soon be more numerous on the Internet than the actual number of divorce mediators that exist in the world. Go ahead, Google it and be amazed!
5 Ways to Decide if Mediation Is a Cost-Effective Solution for Your Divorce 08/12/2016
Shawn Leamon
The article provides 5 tips to help people going through divorce determine if mediation is a cost-efficient solution to resolve their divorce.
Challenging The Myths Surrounding Divorce Mediation 05/21/2016
Dr. Lynne C. Halem
Challenging divorce mediation myths, such as whether or not mediation will work if only one spouse can communicate well.
4 Benefits Of Being A Child Of Divorce 04/15/2016
Vicki Shemin
As a child of divorce, a divorced mother of two, and a long-practicing divorce lawyer/therapist, divorce is not exactly something I would advocate for improving a child’s mental health.
Family Law Progress Inspires Divorce Mediation in Arizona 04/04/2016
Michael Aurit
Three years have passed since the words “child custody” have been spoken in an Arizona courtroom. They have not been missed.
Getting a Divorce - What Are You Going To Do With The Family Home? 02/19/2016
Laurieann Ram-Kern
You made the decision to divorce, now read how to navigate best the mountainous task of deciding what to do with the family home.
What Do Divorce Selfies Have to Teach Us? 02/05/2016
Hadassah Fidler
A look at the trend for Divorce Selfies, what it tells us about the trend for an amicable divorce and the lessons professionals can take from it - to be more supportive about the idea that an amicable divorce is achievable.
Divorce Mediation: More Mainstream But Less Pure 01/04/2016
Dan Simon
Although mediation has the potential and in many cases succeeds at being an entirely different and healthier experience than legalistic divorce, mediation has more often been watered down to the point where it’s simply another part of litigation.
Are You Really Ready for Divorce? The 8 Questions You Need to Ask 06/20/2016
This article outlines what couples need to do in order to face the numerous dilemmas that are inherent in divorce. If people have not resolved their dilemmas before the divorce, they go through the process trying to manage their fear in different ways by hiding their doubt, responsibility; vulnerability, or dependency.
What Should We Tell the Children? Developing a Mutual Story of the Divorce 07/10/2016
Donald T. Saposnek
One of the most typical questions asked of me by parents who are beginning the divorce process is, “What should we tell the children and how should we tell them?”
Collaborative Parenting Can Mend the Divide 02/17/2017
Dr. Lynne C. Halem
Professionals writing about divorce too often reinforce parental fears by recounting, even exacerbating the negative consequences of divorce
Happy Valentine’s Day Darling; Here’s a Prenup 02/09/2017
Rachel Ryan
The article addresses increased rates of divorce and important considerations for protecting one’s self and financial assets and the consequences of failing to do so.
Mediators Take Note: BBB Complaints Against Mediation.com 02/09/2017
Jim Melamed
At Mediate.com, we receive multiple complaints each week about another company, Mediation.com. These detailed reports from BBB are instructive as to how this other company operates.
Are You Trying to Defy the Laws of Gravity in Your Conflict? 01/27/2017
Meredith Richardson
In their book, "Designing Your Life," authors Burnett and Evans talk about "gravity problems," things like gravity that you cannot change no matter how hard you try.
Conflict Analysis and Intervention Selection for the Parenting Coordinator: Strategies for Success 01/27/2017
Nicole Garton
This paper provides a summary of parental conflict and its consequences for children, a history and definition of parenting coordination and three conflict analysis models to assist working parenting coordinators to better diagnose parental conflict and then select more effective intervention strategies.
Learning to Love 01/06/2017
Jason Dykstra
This article discusses a New Year's Resolution for bettering relationship and communication.
The College Education Expense; How to Share the “Experience” 01/03/2017
Dr. Lynne C. Halem
The question to be answered by all parents—separated or divorced parents, married or unmarried—is: How will the child’s college education be funded? In short, who will pay and how much?
Holiday Stress? There Is a Way to Fight 12/18/2016
Armand and Robbin DAlo
Conflict is a part of life, and so exposure to it can be an important lesson in emotional literacy for kids if it is handled properly.
How to Give Your Spouse the Best Christmas Present Ever 12/09/2016
Meredith Richardson
When things are going well in a marriage, when you've been together for years and years, you can take your spouse for granted.
Parenting Across the Miles 11/28/2016
Meredith Richardson
When people with young children divorce, they create a schedule of parenting time for each parent with the children. What happens when life disrupts this schedule?
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