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What Do Marriage Counselors and Mediators Do? 10/12/2018
Ben Hartwig
There is a big difference between marriage counselors and mediators, and each is specific to the condition of a relationship.
APFM: The Dream, Progress to Date, and New Goals 10/12/2018
Virginia Colin
In March 2012, eleven amazing people announced the creation of the Academy of Professional Family Mediators. They had big dreams and grand expectations. Let’s look at how far we have come and where we may go.
How to Break Free of An Addictive Relationship 10/05/2018
Meredith Richardson
You can choose whether to continue with an addictive relationship.
Family Mediation and Domestic Abuse 10/05/2018
Ryan Compton
Mediation in Worcester, Gloucester and the surrounding areas is increasingly the default option when it comes to family dispute resolution.
R-E-S-P-E-C-T — Find Out What it Means to Me! 09/24/2018
Joy Rosenthal
I write this just days after the death of the infamous Queen of Soul, Aretha Franklin.
Do We Need to Raise Our Voice? 09/06/2018
Stuart Hanson
"Keep calm and carry on" is generally a mantra I refer to when I am in the mediation room.
5 Common Misconceptions Surrounding Family Mediation 08/31/2018
Laura Ward
The main difference with family mediation is that, opposed to going through lawyers, you are encouraged to speak directly to each other.
The Tax Reform Law Impacts Families 08/24/2018
Dr. Lynne C. Halem
The attached articles highlight further effects of the tax reform, one specifically focused on Prenuptial Contracts, and the second more generally on family financial decisions.
Addressing Your Child’s Repressed Anger 08/15/2018
Linette Garcia
If a parent wants to set their child up for success, they should strive to teach them how to handle their emotions in a healthy way.
Prenuptial Agreements and the New Tax Law: Is There a Problem on the Horizon? 07/20/2018
Dr. Lynne C. Halem
The message for divorcing couples is clear. If your divorce agreement will include provision for the payment of alimony, deductible to the paying spouse and taxable, as income, to the recipient spouse, you need to have an executed divorce agreement by December 31, 2018.
For Those Feeling Generous: A Gift for Clients, Friends - Book Review 07/13/2018
John Fiske
I love this book. It reminds us that we can take family law problems to another level, one not taught in law schools: generosity.
Child Dependency Mediation Update 07/02/2018
Randy Drew
Mediator Randy Drew discusses the success of their multi-mediator approach.
7 Reasons Why You Should Keep Communicating 06/21/2018
Trevor McDonald
Miscommunication plagues divorces in numerous different ways.
Why Is Conflict Such a Big Deal? 06/14/2018
Dan Simon
Conflict is a big deal because it affects our two most basic values – strength of self and care of other.
Five Huge Benefits of Choosing Mediation 05/11/2018
Emily Andrews
Let’s face it, divorce is messy and painful and can be very expensive.
Why I wrote “The Generous Prenup: How to Support Your Marriage and Avoid the Pitfalls” 05/03/2018
Laurie Israel
Why I wrote “The Generous Prenup: How to Support Your Marriage and Avoid the Pitfalls”
Listen to Your Heart, Not Your Friends & Family 04/27/2018
Judith Weigle
The divorce settlement will always reflect the tone of the marriage when done out of court in a mediation or through opposing attorneys as the voice of the parties, even more than the law.
Why Are You And Your Sibling Fighting Over Your Parent's House? 04/12/2018
Kamela Laird
In this model, the lawyer-mental health professional duo creates a safe container for you and your sibling to communicate authentically about what really matters to you.
Why Ego Management is Key to Effective Mediation 03/16/2018
Bruce Edwards
In the 1990s, the very suggestion of facilitated negotiation was viewed with equal parts suspicion and contempt by most seasoned trial lawyers
Working with Challenging Family Situations: A Mediator's Perspective 03/16/2018
Mark Baer
If you were asked to stop doing any of these simple tasks, what feelings and emotions might you experience?
Playing the Blame Game the Right Way 03/16/2018
Sat Sindhar
A common reason for workplace tension is biased judgement.
Healing Effects of Mediation on Kids to Achieve and Spread Infinite Positive Outcomes 03/16/2018
Denisha Shah
The article is sums up the infinite reasons/ outcomes that the healing effects of mediation can bring to kids in our society.
The Need for a Paradigm Shift for Transforming Relational Conflict 03/16/2018
Laura Tarcea
This paper provides a brief overview of mediation with a focus on clients’ self-determinism in family mediation or family dispute resolution (FDR) and Ontario court-connected alternative dispute resolution (ADR) programs.
Splitting America Redux: Implications for Keeping our Kids Safe 03/16/2018
Donald T. Saposnek
After 911, our lives changed seemingly forever. No longer a safe, secure, innocent society, Americans have come to a tipping point.
Change Is Coming: Tax Reform Act Punishes Divorcing Couples 03/02/2018
Dr. Lynne C. Halem
The new act aims to prevent this “nefarious” practice, often labeled as a divorce subsidy, by rendering alimony payments as after tax income, beginning with the 2019 tax year.
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