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How Divorce Mediation Can Help Contentious Spouses

December 20th, 2017

Divorce mediation is a growing trend among married couples of all ages; its rising popularity is due largely to the fact that, when compared to traditional litigation, it saves time and money while preserving the relationship between the parties. Despite its growing numbers of advocates, misconceptions about divorce mediation still exist. Perhaps one of the […]

Running a Business After Divorce

February 17th, 2016

Splitting up is challenging for every couple, but when that couple owns a business together, the challenges increase exponentially. Just because a life partnership ends, a business partnership doesn’t have to. The Wall Street Journal published this article on how a business can survive, and even thrive, despite its owners’ divorce. http://www.wsj.com/articles/how-to-keep-a-business-alive-after-a-divorce-1453690994

Divorce Neutrality

November 24th, 2015

When attorney Maren Cardillo meets with couples that seek a divorce but harbor acrimony toward each other, she believes her profession, divorce mediation, can uniquely create a non-adversarial atmosphere in which reason can rule over divisive emotions. Download the PDF

Using Mediation to Reduce the Stress of Getting a Divorce

October 24th, 2015

Published in Newsday

Review of Two Roads by Lenard Marlow

November 24th, 2014

Read the review in Family Mediation News Winter 2004 newsletter of Lenard Marlow’s book Two Roads. Family Mediation News – Winter 2004 – Review Two Roads (PDF)