Legal Advice for Mediation — 410 results
Written by attorney Daniel Simon, almost 2 years ago.
In the blog post linked here,I describe emails I've exchanged with transformative mediators from Europe and the USA. This is Part 1 of 3. In this post I share what they said about how their... more
Written by attorney Nilo Sanchez, about 1 year ago.
Tampa Divorce Attorney Nilo J. Sanchez, Jr. has been practicing family law for 20 years. If you have a family law concern and have inquiries regarding how a Florida Family... more
Written by attorney Taylor Randolph, over 1 year ago.
Nevada has either Judicial Foreclosure or Non-Judicial Foreclosure. If you've been served with a Judicial Foreclosure complaint, you should seek a local attorney for representation based... more
Written by attorney Karen Russell, over 1 year ago.
Many people who come to me to mediate their divorces do so because they do not want to get lawyers involved. They are afraid the lawyers will turn things into an adversarial nightmare.... more
Written by attorney Molly Rosenblum, 10 months ago.
We have put together this article on family mediation to offer some basic guidelines about the mediation process in child custody cases.
Written by attorney Christopher Cobb, 11 months ago.
By Christopher M. Cobb, Esq.
Alternative dispute resolution, or ADR, comes in many forms. Two of the most commonly used methods of ADR are arbitration and mediation. Both of these ADR... more
Written by attorney Nilo Sanchez, over 1 year ago.
The Mediation Process
Mediation is a process whereby the parties are given the opportunity to resolve their case without the need of litigating their issues before the court in a contested... more
Written by attorney Joseph Murphey, almost 2 years ago.
There are three words which, when uttered at pivotal moments in world history, changed everything, forever -- Burn the boats!
Everyone knows the story of Hernan Cortes who, in 1519,... more
Written by attorney Stephen McDonough, 3 months ago.
Are you interested in avoiding an expensive, court-based process for your divorce or other family law matter, but worried about how your spouse might react to the idea of mediation? You... more
Written by attorney Meredith Lawrence, 4 months ago.
Mediation is typically less emotionally burdensome & costly than litigation. In mediation divorcing couples have complete control & arrive at mutually acceptable decisions. An experienced... more