Category: Collaborative Practice

Mediation May be the Solution to Guarantee the Long Term Positive Impact of Beautiful Moments author.

Mediation May be the Solution to Guarantee the Long Term Positive Impact of Beautiful Moments

Kluwer Meditation Blog.Looking beyond the short term, the fun, and the parties, large international sports events are an opportunity for...

By Andrea Maia
Mediate.com Launches Arbitrate.com and Five Additional ADR Directories author.

Mediate.com Launches Arbitrate.com and Five Additional ADR Directories

Join the Mediate.com ADR Directories Today! Resourceful Internet Solutions, Inc. (RIS) and Mediate.com, in business since 1996 and winners of...

By Mediate.com Staff
The Basics of Collaborative Family Law –  A Divorce Paradigm Shift author.

The Basics of Collaborative Family Law – A Divorce Paradigm Shift

The American Journal of Family Law, Volume 18 Number 2, Summer 2004Collaborative Family Law (CFL) is a revolutionary approach to...

By Sherri Goren Slovin
The Transition from TKI Assessment to Effective Behavior author.

The Transition from TKI Assessment to Effective Behavior

The immediate benefit of taking the TKI assessment and reviewing your results (which includes a personalized report with the online...

By Ralph Kilmann
Understanding The Basics Of Collaborative Family Law author.

Understanding The Basics Of Collaborative Family Law

The process you choose to end your marriage will have a far-reaching impact on the custodial, financial and emotion outcome....

By Sherri Goren Slovin
Collaborative Lawyers’ Duties to Screen the Appropriateness of Collaborative Law and Obtain Clients’ Informed Consent to Use Collaborative Law author.

Collaborative Lawyers’ Duties to Screen the Appropriateness of Collaborative Law and Obtain Clients’ Informed Consent to Use Collaborative Law

Originally published at Ohio State Journal on Dispute Resolution, Vol. 25, p. 347, 2010 - republished with permissionCollaborative Law (CL)...

By Forrest (Woody) Mosten, John Lande
GenWhy–A Site for Young International Mediators author.

GenWhy–A Site for Young International Mediators

Generation Why Blog by Aik KramerHere comes GenWhy!!! Imagine that you grow up in a global village, where a multitude...

By Aik Kramer

The Spiritual Aspects Of Collaborative Law

We have become an adversary society. Our adversarial relationship with one another can be seen in all segments of society,...

By Dale L. Raugust
Facing Mediation? 5 Strategies author.

Facing Mediation? 5 Strategies

As a mediation coach, my mantra is “Mediation can be one of the most important days of your life.  The...

By JoAnne Donner

The Mediator as Healer?

The mediator as healer? About 5 years ago, whilst on a process oriented psychology course, we were dealing with issues...

By Nigel Singer
Homeowner Mediator Association Primer author.

Homeowner Mediator Association Primer

Mediation can best be described as a “facilitated negotiation” in which parties attempt to resolve a conflict between themselves.  It...

By Jim Lingl
Persuasion in Mediation: Try Storytelling author.

Persuasion in Mediation: Try Storytelling

Civil Negotiation and Mediation by Nancy Hudgins Check out the little boy’s face. Remember when you were a little kid...

By Nancy Hudgins
Why Is Everyone So Competitive? It’s Not Them, It’s Us! author.

Why Is Everyone So Competitive? It’s Not Them, It’s Us!

International Center for Cooperation and Conflict Resolution Generally speaking, there are two types of people in this world – competitors...

By Regina Kim
Order Or Chaos – What Is Your Preference? author.

Order Or Chaos – What Is Your Preference?

Kluwer Meditation Blog.I recently came across a new word – new to me, at least, which was irritating because I...

By Bill Marsh

Emotional Involvement in a Fairly Legal Resolution

When I first set out to write this piece, it was meant to be a follow up to my previous...

By Alex Dukhovny
Distinguishing Between Compromising and Collaborating author.

Distinguishing Between Compromising and Collaborating

People often ask me to clarify the difference between compromising and collaborating, especially since these two modes involve both people...

By Ralph Kilmann
We Each Have Something Different to Offer author.

We Each Have Something Different to Offer

Mediation Blog by Diane CohenIt is no secret that there are many different approaches to mediation. In the world of...

By Diane Cohen
One Key Difference Between Mediation and Collaborative Law is Often Overlooked author.

One Key Difference Between Mediation and Collaborative Law is Often Overlooked

Dispute Settlement Counsel by Michael Zeytoonian. As a mediator and a collaborative lawyer, I often get asked: “What is the...

By Michael A. Zeytoonian
Part 1: 8 Simple Keys to Building and Growing a Successful Practice author.

Part 1: 8 Simple Keys to Building and Growing a Successful Practice

You know you need a marketing plan—and plan of action--for your Alternative Dispute Resolution (ADR) practice but how do you...

By Diana Mercer, James Michael Davis
Tips for New Mediators author.

Tips for New Mediators

On the occasion of the New Year, I reflected back on my nascent mediation practice.  With about 100 child custody...

By Paul Stenzel
Mediator – Subpoenaed? author.

Mediator – Subpoenaed?

“Mr. Lang, my name is Chris Adams.  I am a process server and have some papers for you.”  With as...

By Michael Lang

Making Sense of Collaborative Law

To most attorneys including this one, on the first hearing "collaborative law" sounds like a contradiction in terms. Lawyers go...

By Robert Wildau
The Role of Victory and Place in Conflict author.

The Role of Victory and Place in Conflict

My personal philosophy is that in order to truly perform our work at our best we’re required to be on...

By Ann Begler
The Reaction Cycle: What Happens When We React? author.

The Reaction Cycle: What Happens When We React?

The other day I came home after a long day of work and put my bag down and said hi...

By Jason Dykstra
Collaborating: The Most Complex and Least Understood Mode author.

Collaborating: The Most Complex and Least Understood Mode

The collaborating mode is positioned at the upper-right corner of the TKI Conflict Model along the integrative dimension. Even though...

By Ralph Kilmann
Collaborative Law: High Energy, Out of the Box Legal Creativity author.

Collaborative Law: High Energy, Out of the Box Legal Creativity

Dispute Settlement Counsel by Michael Zeytoonian. The largest annual gathering of Collaborative lawyers and professionals just took place in San...

By Michael A. Zeytoonian
Occupy Wall Street Protest: Collaborators in Peace- Not Against It author.

Occupy Wall Street Protest: Collaborators in Peace- Not Against It

This post and all posts by Jeff Thompson represent my personal reflections and opinions as a mediator and not that...

By Jeff Thompson
Why Don’t More People Use Collaborative Law? author.

Why Don’t More People Use Collaborative Law?

Dispute Settlement Counsel by Michael Zeytoonian. Lately some of us lawyers who use Collaborative Law (“CL”) in civil disputes other...

By Michael A. Zeytoonian
Tips for Talking to the Media about Collaborative Practice author.

Tips for Talking to the Media about Collaborative Practice

You have been trained in collaborative practice, you know it can benefit clients and their families and you want to...

By Elizabeth Ferris
Today Show on Collaborative Practice – Video author.

Today Show on Collaborative Practice – Video

The Today Show aired a segment on Collaborative Practice. They discussed the collaborative practice and they also brought in a...

By Managing Editor

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