Posts Tagged ‘mediation’
Summer’s Half Gone: Time to Get Things Done with Mediation
It’s halfway through summer and it’s time to get moving to get things done. Use the summer wisely by playing with your kids, but do the things you can now to insure you have time and can play with your kids in the future. The most important thing in divorce mediation is the kids, and…Read More
It’s Midsummer and the 4th of July: Are You Free?
It is summer and a time we think about freedom. Are you feeling free? A difficult relationship with an “ex-to be” can make life challenging-and burdensome. If the relationship can’t be fixed, isn’t it about time you move on? Here is a link to help you figure out what will happen financially, using the method…Read More
Summer! Time for Mediation!
Spring Mediation! Why spring mediation? Spring is here! The birds are singing, the flowers blooming and a new start to life is just around the corner. Animals are running around like crazy. Spring rains and warmer weather are starting to be normal. No more cold and snow! Can summer be far behind? But, although separating…Read More
What to Bring to Mediation
Clients often ask me, “What do I bring to mediation?” My answer is, eventually you bring everything: anything that proves the amounts of salary, assets, retirement accounts etc. But not right away. The most important thing to bring to mediation is yourselves, in a reasonable shape to mediate. That means sleeping well (if possible), don’t…Read More
Holidays and Mediation
The holidays are coming and when they do, lots of family gatherings come, too. The holidays can have an effect on mediation: some folks try to ignore the tension and the coming split, until they can get through the season. A tense situation in a family can also affect the holidays. It is MUCH harder…Read More
Spring is Here. Time For a Fresh Start. Divorce Mediation Can Help!
Hello Again! This is the time of year many people decide to move on after a hard winter, including an April blizzard! If you’re thinking about divorce, or separating from your significant other, divorce mediation or separation mediation can help. You can mediate with attorneys, but mediation without attorneys is much cheaper. Here’s how it…Read More
More Late Winter Musings about Mediation and Parenting Consulting
Greetings from a snowy April 4! I know on the calendar it’s spring, but with 10 inches of new snow yesterday and a temp of 8 degrees, it’s still winter in Minnesota! It has been a hard winter, and one which tests the patience of everyone. But if you are considering an end to a…Read More
Spring is Almost Here. It’s Mediation Season!
It’s been a long, snowy winter here in Minnesota and many couples are feeling a bit testy. Or more than a bit. Every couple has issues, and issues don’t always have to lead to divorce and divorce mediation. Many issues can be resolved on your own without a mediator, if you are willing and able…Read More
Divorce and Summer Schedules.
Greetings! I want to talk to you today about divorce, separation, mediation and summer schedules. The first thing to know is that according to Minnesota law (and I would guess most states), in a divorce the most important concern is the children (if you have any together). That means that if something is helpful for…Read More