What is Divorce Mediation? This is a common question, as when most people hear the word “divorce,” the next word that pops into their heads is “court.” But not all divorces occur in a courtroom where tensions and stakes are
When divorce become a reality, it’s common to feel anxious and stressed out. The situation may have been moving in this direction for some time, or it may have come up suddenly. No two situations are exactly alike, but one
Some people anticipating a separation or divorce think or may have heard through the grapevine, about necessary prerequisites to starting divorce mediation. You know how the grapevine is. You can’t rely on everything they say being correct. So I thought
The audio file above is The Architect of Change Show with your host, Connie Whitman discussing divorce and the splitting of assets with Jann Bate Catto from TLC Medation. Change is hard for most humans. But the change in
Separation and divorce are among the most painful and disruptive events an individual and family can experience. As a divorced (and remarried) mother of three, I know all too well the devastating emotional and financial impact the process can have
Exploring Your Divorce Options, October 3, 2019. Listen to Panel Discussion with divorce experts.
Collaborative divorce has emerged as a bright spot in terms of divorce, and the options that are typically open to people. We all know someone who has been through a difficult divorce – perhaps we’ve even been through one ourselves.
It used to be that people assumed divorce would be ugly, stressful and full of conflict. This is not what anybody around the divorcing couple wants, but it’s a very complicated matter. There are deep feelings, and some of them
In today’s fast-paced world, time is more valuable than ever. This is true for everyday tasks like commuting, getting work done, preparing meals, and even exercising. People are busier than ever, and constantly looking for ways to save time. Time
One of the things that makes divorce so unpleasant for so many Americans is the need to appear in court, before a judge, often with lawyers present, and hash out your problems as a matter of public record. The experience