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What Makes Divorce Mediation Work?

Mediation is a confidential settlement process in which a trained, neutral settlement expert – the “mediator” — facilitates communication between the parties.  Without deciding the issues or imposing a solution on the parties, the mediator enables them to better understand each other’s positions and to reach mutually agreeable resolution to their disputes. 341 more words


Is moving out of Minnesota after a Divorce with Children possible?

There are many important questions that come up after a divorce, particularly regarding custody of the children from the marriage and child support. One ex-spouse may be ready to move forward with their life and this may include moving away from the family home, perhaps even to another state. 410 more words

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How Divorce can Benefit your Children

When people hear news about divorce, the immediate reaction is to assume that the children of the divorcing couple will experience an entirely negative impact. Divorce is difficult on all concerned, there is no denying that, but there are some potential positive things that can come out of a divorce. 415 more words

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Modest Goals/Martin Rosenfeld,JD

Richard Haass recently wrote an article about Desert Storm and what it taught us. He stated that that war, unlike subsequent wars in the new century, taught us the importance of having modest goals. 209 more words


Divorce Lawyers Vs. Divorce Mediators: How They Approach Child Custody

Parents who divorce are faced with many decisions about how their children will be cared for post-separation.  Divorce attorneys and divorce mediators have different approaches when helping clients formulate custodial care plans. 645 more words


Mediation Works/Martin Rosenfeld, JD

Many of us have seen the history of the world according to Mel Brooks. In one scene, Moses announces that he has brought the 15 Commandments. 106 more words

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