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Mediation Tips for Same-Sex Couples

Mediators have increasingly become important in divorces and often play a vital role in determining the outcome of divorce. In some cases, mediators are successful at stopping a bad divorce from taking place. As a mediator, you need to keep … Continue reading

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Circumstances When Virtual Divorce Mediation Makes Sense

As technology keeps expanding its base, more and more avenues open up where technology plays a crucial role. For communication purposes, technology has become absolutely necessary. One of the new areas where technology has made its presence felt is divorce … Continue reading

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Doing Your Homework Before Mediation Increases Likelihood of Success

While divorces and legal separation are commonplace these days even after years of togetherness, it is important to ensure that the process is carried out smoothly without further hatred and ill feelings towards one another. Today, many couples decide to … Continue reading

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June 5th, Washington D.C. Conference: Cross-Border Family Mediation: Dispute Resolution for International Families In Your Community

Join us for our day-long conference, Cross-Border Family Mediation: Dispute Resolution for International Families In Your Community on June 5, 2018 in Washington, D.C., co-hosted by International Social Service-USA (ISS-USA), MK Family Law, The George Washington University School of Law, and Leslie Ellen Shear, Attorney and Counselor … Continue reading

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Is There a Place for the Consulting Attorney in Divorce Mediation?

The answer is a resounding Yes!   There are many reasons why consulting attorneys help to create durable, practical agreements through the mediation process. What follows is a summary of the positive effects of using consulting attorneys: 1. Informed Decision-Making: Consultation … Continue reading

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