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Maintaining Open Communication May Be the Key to a Positive Divorce

Most divorcing couples have dealt with months or even years of disagreement that could not be bridged. That’s why, when divorce mediation doesn’t lead to quick consensus, it can be tempting for the parties to retreat to their own corners and choose to bring their disputes to a judge. However, maintaining communication, even in the… Read More »

If You Own a Business, Choose a Divorce Mediator Who Knows Business

Business ownership can be a major point of contention in a divorce, but that doesn’t mean you have to litigate your case if you have a family business. You can resolve issues of ownership, valuation, and future interest through mediation, as long as you choose a mediator who knows business. Whether you enter divorce mediation… Read More »

Can I Mediate During My Divorce to Speed Things Up?

This is a situation that comes up often. You and your spouse seemed miles apart on your divorce issues, so you figured the only way to dissolve your marriage was by litigating the case in court. Now you’re held hostage to a crowded court calendar, and you’re wondering if there’s anything you can do to… Read More »