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THREE LITTLE WORDS TO SETTLE YOUR CASE

Recently, I mediated a heavily litigated divorce case. At first, the mediation felt like it was going nowhere—both parties were emotionally charged, especially the wife who was searing with anger.…
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THE HURRICANE EFFECT OF DIVORCE

During my years of practicing divorce litigation and mediation, I have seen many people at the lowest point in their life. Sometimes they confide in me how difficult it is…
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How Decisive Is Your Client?

A Look at Different Decision-Making Styles There are few decisions as complex and emotional as deciding to divorce. At the root of many divorces is the couple’s different communication approaches,…
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Avoid the Sting of the Buyer’s Remorse

Buyer’s Remorse (noun) — a feeling of regret (a wish that you had not done something) after making a choice or decision. ~ Cambridge Dictionary [1] We have all experienced buyer’s…
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A Valentine’s Day Surprise

This is a true story that happened to a good friend on a recent Valentine’s Day. While at work, she received two beautiful floral bouquets from her husband, one intended…
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Holiday Time-sharing During Covid-19

With Covid-19 cases on the rise, this year’s holiday season we will likely see more challenges for time- sharing in two-household families, as some parents may try to take advantage…
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