By Vicki Shemin | Before you give up on your marriage, you may consider marriage mediation, a postnuptial agreement, a trial separation, or exit counseling.
By Michael Aurit, JD, MDR | Find a well-trained, experienced mediator who devotes much of his/her time to divorce mediation and will help you understand your financial decisions and keep your kids in the forefront.
By Amanda Singer | Prenuptial agreements (prenups) don’t scream romance — probably the last thing that you want to think about when planning a wedding — but smart folks create them.
By Virginia Colin | Separate celebrations with two sides of a divorced family get old for some kids and some young adults. Can co-parents celebrate together?
By Larry Gaughan | By Larry Gaughan | Sharing, listening, dividing responsibilities fairly, and negotiating are all included in a healthy marriage.
By Michael Aurit, JD, MDR | Parents often misinterpret the ways children act during divorce. These misunderstandings can lead to destructive custody battles. Mediation is constructive.