Monthly Archives: February 2009

Finding Your Divorce Mediator!

Locating a qualified divorce mediator is essential and significant to the process. The mediator is your guide throughout the divorce mediation process. At first locating a mediator may seem like looking for a needle in a haystack because divorce mediators have all sorts of backgrounds and abilities, from lawyers to therapists to financial professionals and [...]

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Mediation Steps

What are the steps involved in mediation? Locate and contact a qualified mediator: It is important to work with a mediator who is capable of handling the issues involved in your particular situation and with whom both people feel comfortable. Initial meeting: The mediator reviews the process with the couple and sets ground rules. Frame [...]

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Saying Good-bye!

Tip: Remember to NOT fall in love with a particular asset. It may be best to simply say good-bye. One couple I mediated for had a Swedish ivy that they both were stuck on, but no one told me about it until everything else was negotiated. The couple reached a mediated divorce agreement on all [...]

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Key to the Puzzle!

Divorce mediation is a client centered, transparent, flexible process that allows clients to create a plan that meets their unique needs and goals based on their circumstances. But what if the divorce clients do not have the information and skills they need to make decisions? Mediation is the key that enables the divorce clients to [...]

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