What is divorce mediation?
Divorce mediation is a voluntary settlement process used frequently and successfully by married couples who want to divorce, and by domestic partners who want to separate. Divorce mediation gives couples the option to plan their futures rationally, and in an atmosphere of cooperation and mutual respect. With the assistance of a trained divorce mediator, you can reach an agreement that is custom-made for your family, your finances and your future.
Divorce mediation is the preferred choice for couples and families facing separation and divorce because it provides a cost-saving means to reach agreements in a cooperative setting. At the same time, divorce mediation gives couples more control over the process and decision-making. As a result, communication between couples is better so resolutions take less time. Learn More »
Excerpt from Harrison Rising: During the New York State Council on Divorce Mediation annual conference at the Renaissance Westchester Hotel (April 30-May 2), divorce mediators from throughout the state met to discuss this less-adversarial way for couples to end marriages and domestic … [Continue..]
The New York State Council on Divorce Mediation and Clare Piro were featured in the Harrison Daily Voice last week in an article about the annual conference. Click here for the full article. … [Continue..]
I've blogged before about different elements of pre-nups and how to approach making one with your significant other. However, the focus of pre-nups is usually about opening up communication channels and building a foundation for a healthy marriage. I recently read an article in the New York Times … [Continue..]