Feb 1, 2018 | Articles for Mediators, Articles for the Public, Divorce
By Michael Wayland | What aspects of new tax law affect divorce settlements? Changes related to filing status, standard deductions, child tax credit, alimony, mortgage interest, and home equity loans are discussed.
Jan 3, 2018 | Articles for the Public, Divorce
By Michael Aurit, JD, MDR | Find a well-trained, experienced, trustworthy mediator who devotes almost all of his/her time to divorce and family mediation and charges reasonable fees.
Nov 16, 2017 | Articles for the Public, Divorce
By Virginia Colin | When facing divorce, start with taking care of yourself, assembling your support team, and gathering the records that you will need. Do not run to a lawyer before learning enough about your situation.
Sep 10, 2017 | Articles for Mediators, Divorce
By By Jeri Breiner, | The idea of getting divorced tends to immediately predispose individuals to become fearful of change, of backlash, and of the unknown territories ahead.
Jul 23, 2017 | 2017 Summer, Articles for the Public, Divorce, Mediation Practice
By Larry Gaughan | Adversarial attorneys can learn from mediators about using constructive processes instead of exacerbating competitive, dysfunctional divorce negotiations.
Jul 23, 2017 | 2017 Summer, Articles for Mediators, Divorce, Mediation Practice
By Mukul Khandelwal | Becoming a culturally-sensitive mediator is a process that continues throughout one’s professional career. Clients’ cultures and values may differ greatly from family to family.