When looking at divorce information available online, it is almost impossible to not to find articles detailing things that a spouse can do to prolong the conflict and inflict more pain on the other spouse in a divorce action. Most recently The Huffington Post published “5 Of the Dirtiest Divorce Tricks” which details 5 things that neither person should do…but perhaps things that – now that they have read the article – they can do to inflict more hurt on the other spouse. (more…)
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When we first start a relationship, we tend to emphasize similarities. When a relationship is ending we tend to focus on the differences. This may seem an obvious statement, but as a couple goes through the divorce process it is important to remember that you tend to see the other person through a filter of negativity that emphasizes the disparities.
People chose our conflict resolution services because they want a mediator who can quickly and effectively assist them in creating a solution that works for them. Most cases, including divorces involving children, are completed resolved in a matter of hours.
When a divorcing couple has kids, they are going to continue to have a relationship with one another even after the divorce is final. Divorce mediation allows the couple to determine how they want to co-parent; what works for them individually, as a couple, and most importantly – what works for the children. (more…)
On April 25, 2011 North Carolina Judge Nancy Gordon ruled that primary physical custody of Alaina Giordano’s two children (who currently reside in North Carolina) would go to their father, Kane Snyder, who lives in Chicago as of June 17.
Like so many litigated divorce cases, the Giordano v. Synder case is a contentious one that includes a history of restraining orders, mental health concerns, and allegations of both cheating and domestic violence. (more…)
For many, divorce mediation seems an impossibility for couples that are not getting along. It is as if only those couples who are getting along or in apparent agreement about issues – despite their decision to divorce – can realistically consider mediating their split.
Many think that divorce involving complex emotions and reactions cannot be mediated. As if the hurt and anger means that the couple cannot determine what is best for them and their family. This is a myth. (more…)
Employers know that parents worry about their children, and sometimes are preoccupied with thoughts about their children’s health and well-being while at work. To be sure employees going through a litigated divorce are often preoccupied with the process and worry about the outcome.
For those in Atlanta and Grayson, Georgia, attorney mediators are available to resolve all kinds of disputes, including divorce, parenting & child custody issues, family conflicts, wills and probate, business or civil dispute, workplace conflict, and property disputes.
Divorce is a difficult process. Regardless of the reason behind the break-up, the process of formalizing the divorce is often upsetting both emotionally and logistically. The logistical process of the relationship separation can trigger and aggravate the emotional issues involved. In cases where at least one person identifies a triggering event for the break-up of the relationship, the emotions involved can make a peaceful efficient resolution of the issues almost impossible without involvement of divorce professionals. (more…)