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Divorce mediator Scott Levin introduces and compares facilitative mediation, evaluative mediation and transformative mediation.
A mediator helps parties reach agreements as a neutral third-party. To resolve conflicts, there are four mediation styles, each with its own unique set of pros and cons. They are evaluative, transformative, informative, and facilitative.
The success of mediation depends not just on the process, but

The holiday season can pose unique challenges for families of divorce, especially when it comes to creating memorable celebrations for their children. Let’s dive into essential tips and thoughtful strategies to help divorced parents navigate the holidays, creating an environment where special memories and cherished traditions can thrive.
Understanding the Challenges
Acknowledge the emotional and logistical challenges that can arise

The holiday season can pose unique challenges for families of divorce, especially when it comes to creating memorable celebrations for their children. Let’s dive into essential tips and thoughtful strategies to help divorced parents navigate the holidays, creating an environment where special memories and cherished traditions can thrive.
Understanding the Challenges
Acknowledge the emotional and logistical challenges that can arise

One of the most sensitive aspects of divorce is deciding on custody arrangements for your children. Navigating the process can be emotionally charged, but the goal is to ensure the best interests of your kids. Let’s explore different arrangements and offer guidance on how to determine what’s best for your children during and after divorce.
Understanding the Types of Arrangements

While divorce marks the end of one chapter, it’s also the beginning of a new one. The process of healing and moving forward after a divorce is an essential part of this transition. One key source of support during this time is therapy and counseling. Let’s explore the vital role therapists and counselors play in helping individuals navigate divorce recovery,

For individuals in their mid-thirties and beyond, divorce can come with its unique challenges. Traditional litigation, often associated with adversarial court battles, can be particularly stressful for adults in this age group. However, there’s an alternative – divorce mediation.
Unfortunately the reality many couples discover is that in divorce, no one wins. But how you navigate the divorce can be

When it comes to divorce, misconceptions and myths can cloud our judgment, making the process seem more daunting than it needs to be. In this blog post, we’re shedding light on the common myths surrounding divorce mediation. By debunking these misconceptions and providing the correct information, we hope to offer a clearer understanding of what mediation truly entails.

Myth 1:

Divorce often goes beyond the emotional realm. Financial stability can be one of the casualties of this life-altering event. We’re exploring the impact of divorce on credit scores and provide valuable tips to help you safeguard your financial health during this tumultuous time.
Divorce and Credit Scores: A Complex Relationship
Your credit score is a reflection of your financial history,