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Ontario Canada now requires divorcing couples to attend a mandatory mediation information session before they may litigate their case. In the session, the parties learn about why they would want to mediate their divorce, instead of litigate it. This article … Continue reading
I finally caught the first two episodes of the television program called “Fairly Legal.” The show is about a mediator, and, as a mediator, I was interested to see if the show accurately portrayed my profession. Just as viewers of … Continue reading
A Divorce Mediator in Arizona can be used for other services when parties are failing to get along. A mediator can be use to develop a pathway for reconciliation. A mediator can actually save relationships rather than to be only thought of as someone who helps settle a divorce. Continue reading
There are so many reasons to mediate your dispute, rather than litigate it. Below are the reasons environmentally aware people would want to mediate: 1. You will save trees. Litigation often requires a lot of paper. I have had litigated … Continue reading
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What Do You Do If You Are Mediating your Arizona Divorce and You Believe That Your Spouse Has Hidden Assets?
What Do You Do If You Are Mediating Your Arizona Divorce , But You Think That Your Spouse May Have Hidden Assets? Some parties to a divorce think that the other party has hidden assets. It is true that people … Continue reading
When couples accrue property during the Arizona marriage in any way other than gift or inheritance(community property), they need an effective manner to divide that property during the divorce. Arizona law requires an “equitable” (near equal) division of community property. … Continue reading
Generally there are three types of mediation. These would include Evaluative, Facilitative and Transformative Mediation. What is Evaluative Mediation? Evaluative mediation is a process that is based on using settlement conferences that are run by judges. Attorneys will normally work … Continue reading
You have decided that mediation is the best route to resolve your dispute. Now what? All parties to a dispute must agree to mediate, as it is a voluntary process. Therefore, your goal is now to convince the other party … Continue reading
Mediation is very different from the adversarial process of arbitration and litigation. What is Litigation? Litigation is probably the best known form of getting a dispute resolved and probably one of the most expensive as well. Litigation can have considerable … Continue reading