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Tag Archives: family law
Family arbitration is a very different process from mediation, and yet they are often confused. Arbitration is a process whereby… Continue Reading Exploring Your Options in Dispute Resolution: Family Arbitration
As a mediator, mediation and negotiation trainer, and provider of court-connected dispute resolution services, issues of professionalism and professional ethics… Continue Reading Professionalism in an Adversarial Legal World
FDRIO’s recent Unconference on May 4th introduced legal professionals to the perspective of LGBTQ+ parents in family law. Guest speakers… Continue Reading Transforming Family Law: Legal Education and Transgender Parents
On January 29, 2016, I went ‘live on-air’ on Voces Latinas, a Spanish radio talk show in Toronto to talk… Continue Reading Mediate 393 on “Voces Latinas” Radio in Toronto
This week I am teaching community, civil and family mediation theory and skills to a group of police officers in… Continue Reading Naming, Blaming & Claiming: Conflict is Universal
Deciding to separate is just the first of many difficult decisions facing co-parents. Once it is evident that the relationship… Continue Reading Cohabitating After Separation and Nesting: Considerations for High Conflict Co-Parents