6 Ways to Stop Fighting During a Divorce

We have all known people who have had a stressful and difficult time going through a divorce.  Some couples do remain civil, but many end up fighting, going to court and negatively impacting their emotional and physical health.  When children are involved, they also can end up in emotional turmoil if they are exposed to arguing between […]

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How Do I Find a Mediator?

Family mediators can help you resolve issues about family law matters such as parenting, child support, spousal support and division of assets and debts.  They can also assist you with your communication with one another. Here are a couple of ways to find a Family Mediator that is right for you: 1)         Family Justice Services […]

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Need Legal Advice or Information?

I strongly recommend that people going through a separation or divorce get legal advice prior to meeting in mediation.  It is important for you to know your rights and responsibilities based on your individual situation.  When you are informed, you can be more effective in your negotiations and you will increase your chances of success.  […]

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Great Seminars for Separating or Divorcing Parents

I highly recommend that parents take these two seminars when they separate.  These are suitable for any parents who are parenting together while living apart. 1)  Parenting After Separation (PAS) Helps parents to understand the legal, financial and emotional implications of separation and divorce Provides parents with information that will assist them in helping their […]

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8 Top Reasons to Mediate Your Divorce

Mediation is being used more now than ever before as an alternative to going to court or battling it out with lawyers.  The mediator is impartial and not personally involved in your conflict.  They set out guidelines to help you to communicate in a more respectful and productive manner.  This makes way for people to […]

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7 Myths About Divorce Mediation

Traditionally, when couples decide to divorce and things get “heated up”, they turn to lawyers and the court system to help them come up with a resolution.  It becomes a battlefield over getting custody of their children, paying child support or deciding who is going to keep the house.  This can lead to an expensive […]

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