By Patricjk Bailey | If you need to conduct an intervention because of a family member’s addiction, having a family mediator manage the process can foster understanding and resolve pressing issues.
By Christina McGhee | Kids need reassuring but honest information about how their lives will be changing. Talk with your children in a direct way, using clear language.
By Lisa Gabardi | On the road to becoming responsible, respectful adults, teens benefit from having parents who stay involved, share information, and coordinate plans and rules. Opportunities to manipulate and deceive parents decrease when divorced parents keep each other well informed about their teenagers.
By Leah Hadley, CDFA, MAFF | Find a well-trained, experienced, trustworthy mediator …
By Georgia Daniels | From childhood through marriage, maybe divorce, elder care decisions, and probate, mediation can help families prevent or resolve conflicts peacefully and constructively.
By Jerry Fabiano | One of the key principles of divorce mediation is that the process empowers the participants to make their own decisions and reach their own conclusions. Here is a good example.