mediation

  • Using Mediation in Estate Planning, Estate Management, and Elder Care

    Chris Jones

    Planning for the well-being of your family requires that you take into account the special circumstances or needs of each member. While one person has the training and ability to manage money well, others may not be so fortunate. Since every person is unique, the question is how you can best support each family member so that they are a success and are provided with comforts that you want them to have. How can you support them so that they continue to develop and achieve their goals?

  • What is Divorce Mediation: Who Should Use it and When?

    Maureen Grattan

    It takes two people to decide to marry, but it only takes one person to decide to divorce.  Even if you are the person who wants a divorce, divorce is Hard.  Divorce takes a toll on every affected person---emotionally, physically, and financially.  When faced with an inevitable divorce, how can you minimize the negative effects on yourself, your children, and your relationship with your soon-to-be former spouse? One way to minimize the negative aspects of divorce is to use an experienced and trained family law mediator.

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