Posts Tagged ‘mediation’

Honestly! Step Up

Honestly!  Can YOU Handle the Truth? When I work with a group training them on how to have important and difficult conversations with one another I always talk to them about being honest on communication. I ask, “what are the reasons we do not communicate Honestly” and I receive these reasons: -I don’t want to…

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The Best Seat in the House

Do you have the best seat in the house? Imagine you are at a concert of your favorite band or singer…. You have priority seating that is raised, about 20 feet from the stage and your seats are right in the center. You can see the performer perfectly and see every move they make. They…

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Child Support Changes

But, the big news is that, as of January 1, 2010, final orders for child support that were put in place any time PRIOR to January 1, 2008 are subject to the higher child support guidelines if the parent getting child support files a request for modification with the court and meets the appropriate standards, which will be described below.

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Leading the Blind

The parties in a mediation need to know how they reach the resolution, if they come to one… and they need to know the obstacles if they are unable to reach resolution.

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