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Nothing demonstrates the extreme benefits of family law mediation like a review from someone who has been through the process. One recent participant in a mediation I conducted, who asked that we refer to her as Tambi S., gave a … Continue reading
On September 20, 2013, the New York Times printed an article entitled: “Divorce After 50 Grows More Common.” The article reveals that the divorce rate for Americans age 50 or older has doubled since 1990. Now, 15.4 percent of that … Continue reading
Mediation is a way to minimize the pain, anxiety and cost associated with a litigated divorce (or other family law matters). The mediator works with the parties to reach an agreement out of Court. With a full agreement, neither party … Continue reading
The Arizona Rules of Family Law Procedure (hereinafter “ARFLP”) define mediation as “a voluntary confidential process in which parties enter into one or more private discussions with a neutral third party to resolve the dispute.” ARFLP 66(B). The Arizona Rules … Continue reading
William Doherty, a psychologist and professor at the University of Minnesota, has completed research on how married couples decide whether to divorce or not. Results of a survey of 2,484 Minnesota parents who filed for divorce demonstrate that a shocking … Continue reading
I am convinced that, if more people knew about mediation and its benefits, more people would use it as an alternative to litigation or ongoing conflict. My challenge has been overcoming the paradigm that has been in place for hundreds … Continue reading
One reason many people and businesses choose to mediate their disputes is because mediation promises confidentiality. Confidentiality in mediation is protected by Arizona law (A.R.S. § 12-2238). In addition, most mediators also require a separate Confidentiality Agreement signed by all … Continue reading
Between 1990 and 2007, there has been an 85 percent increase in the number of cohabitating but unmarried couples. U.S. Census Bureau. “America’s Families and Living Arrangements: 2007.” When embarking on a cohabitation relationship, many people do not realize that … Continue reading