Banish the Guilt

October 2nd, 2016

Regrets? You’re not alone By Barbara Badolato, LCSW The process of ending a marriage can bring up a range of feelings, including anger, frustration and even grief. One emotion that often catches us by surprise is guilt, and it’s the most unproductive and insidious of them all. In addition to all of the regrets regarding […]

New Law Affects Divorcing Couples

May 28th, 2016

State sets spousal support guidelines By Maren Cardillo, Esq. Early this year, the New York State Legislature enacted a law that provides guidelines for determining spousal support (or “maintenance,” as it is called in New York) in cases of divorce. Under these maintenance guidelines, calculations are made by applying mathematical formulas to the incomes of […]

Divorce Mediation in the News

June 9th, 2015

Long Island Business News talked with DMP’s own Maren Cardillo about the mediation process and how it benefits separating spouses.

A Recipe to Make the Holidays Happier

December 15th, 2014

The holidays are usually a time to feel overloaded and under-appreciated. That is especially true of people going through a separation or divorce.

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)