Posts Tagged ‘mediation process’
What You Should Know About Divorce Mediation
It is important to make sure that you feel comfortable with your divorce mediator. I think that the two most important features you should look for in the divorce mediator you choose are; 1. their professional expertise; and 2. empathy. You need to be comfortable expressing yourself. That being said, the ground rules of treating…Read More
How Does Divorce Mediation Work?
Facing a divorce is confusing. You are approaching an unfamiliar process. Have your heard about divorce mediation? Here is my summary of the divorce mediation process. I work with both husband and wife together. You don’t need to be on the same page regarding the resolution of your divorce matters. You do need to be in agreement…Read More
Divorce and the Affordable Care Act
If you are the spouse covered on your employer’s plan, you won’t lose your health insurance coverage. You will drop your soon to be ex-spouse when your divorce is finalized with the court since the divorce would be considered a life changing event. If you have a plan directly from an insurance carrier, you…Read More
FAKE IT ‘TIL YOU BECOME IT!
Divorce is about change. I see it in my practice every day. Usually one mediation participant is further along the transition process than the other who is struggling to come to terms with his or her new reality. Amy Cuddy presented a TED Talk (http://bit.ly/1he9hAR) based on science that could be transformative for divorcing couples—particularly…Read More
Which Wolf Will You Feed?
Over the weekend I saw a movie that contained a fabulous parable. According to my research it is an old Cherokee fable. “One evening an old Cherokee told his grandson about a battle that goes on inside people. He said, “My son, the battle is between two wolves inside us all. “One is Evil –…Read More