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Arizona Family Law Mediation – An Insider’s View

I am a legal assistant for a law and mediation firm in Scottsdale Arizona, and I assist with family law matters.  I have had a front row seat to observe the benefits of mediation, and the effect that costly and … Continue reading

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How to Prepare for a Mediation in AZ

The Boy Scout’s motto – Be Prepared – applies to mediation in Phoenix AZ.   Below are four ideas of how you can prepare yourself for a successful mediation. 1.     Understand what is not worth fighting about. Before refusing to bend … Continue reading

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Using a Family Law Mediator in Arizona to end Conflict

Phoenix Mediator, You can use a family law mediator to help resolves disputes in families. Continue reading

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Should I use a Paralegal Instead of an Attorney for an Arizona Legal Action?

As a Family Law Attorney in Arizona, I am not a fan of people using paralegals in lieu of attorneys in most situations.  Paralegals are not allowed to give legal advice, so you may end up with forms that are … Continue reading

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Is Mediation In Arizona Confidential?

One of the benefits of Arizona mediation is that the documents, communications and acts in mediation are confidential.  Mediation confidentiality is protected by Arizona law.  The applicable law is located at Arizona Revised Statute section § 12-2238.  Further, all participants … Continue reading

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What are the Benefits of Mediating vs. Going to Court in Arizona?

Choosing  Mediation in Arizona is a great option to resolve or prevent conflict in your life.  Mediation, and other forms of Alternative Dispute Resolution (“ADR”), including Collaborative law and facilitation, are powerful methods of resolving conflict that allows the participants … Continue reading

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