No one likes to be involved in a conflict or difficult relationship, especially when the other person seems so unreasonable. Despite this, it is impossible not to periodically find oneself embroiled in just that…a conflict with an unreasonable person – whether at work or at home. (more…)
Posts Tagged ‘Mediation’
It may be a common thought that they look for the best attorney they can find. Someone who they know will fight for them and win the (inevitable?) court battle.
New Mexico District Judge Ann Kass wrote: “Litigation seduces people into fantasizing that there are magic solutions to their problems.”
A divorce is (more…)
A central tenet of mediation is the neutrality of the process. Further, all parties in the dispute are considered equal – no participant in the process has more weight in the decision making process than the other.
A couple purchased a used 2006 Ford Explorer from an established dealership. At time of purchase the couple report they noticed a slight odor but that it was not significant enough to affect their purchase decision. However, over the following 3 months the couple reports that the odor increased (more…)
For couples breaking-up or divorcing, the idea of separation typically means no longer participating in things as a couple, including moving apart and no longer living together. However, for many couples that is not always immediately feasible.
We provide mediation services for most any dispute with offices and mediators throughout the US. If you are interested in finding out if CFR can facilitate an efficient and effective resolution to your conflict or dispute contact us.