Readiness for Divorce Mediation in the Time of Covid-19

Recently we talked about how to assess readiness for divorce and how to use virtual mediation as a functional way to go ahead with a divorce during the current Covid-19 crisis. Today, we will take a closer look at how people can decide whether or not divorce mediation is right for them, and how the coronavirus crisis might impact the answer to that question. Read more

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How Mediation Can Help You Cope with COVID-19 Chaos

COVID-19 mediation

If you are thinking about divorce or are already in the process of divorce and were planning on trying mediation, you might be wondering whether or not it’s a good idea to move forward given the current chaos resulting from the COVID-19 pandemic. Maybe you have already started your sessions and wonder if this is the time for a pause. Fortunately, there is no reason to forego starting mediation or continuing with your sessions due to an outbreak. Talk to your mediator about arranging a virtual session, which can be an easy option for keeping your mediation on track. Secure, reliable, and easy to use video conferencing is always available at Weinberger Mediation Center. Read more

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Assessing Readiness for Divorce

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Before thinking about divorce mediation, a fundamental first question to ask yourself is whether or not you are really ready for divorce. There is a difference between readiness for divorce and readiness for divorce mediation, although these certainly overlap. Today we will talk about the former and in our next post, the latter. Read more

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A New Year: Time for Divorce Mediation?

Time to start divorce mediation

Happy New Year and welcome to the 2020’s! The start of a new year, let alone a new decade, always leads a lot of people to decide that it’s time to make real changes in their lives. For some, that means finally sorting out an impending divorce.

Maybe you’ve heard that mediation is a good way to handle a divorce. On the other hand, maybe you just watched A Marriage Story and have been scared away. (For those who haven’t seen the movie yet, heads up, there are some minor spoilers in this post, but nothing you wouldn’t learn very early in the show.) Read more

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