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A mediator’s tool kit is made up of many things. How we ask questions, the language we use, and how… Continue Reading Overview of Family Relations (3 of 3)
As mental health and family law professionals we know that every family we work with is unique. We also know… Continue Reading Overview of Family Relations (Part 1 of 3)
Our team had a wonderful experience working with the mediators of the Barbados Supreme Court. The training was funded by… Continue Reading What We Learned Training Mediators in Barbados
I was recently told by a client that her lawyer discouraged her from trying mediation, claiming it is too “touchy-feely”. This rant is for that lawyer…. Continue Reading What is mediation?: rantings from a family mediator
Family arbitration is a very different process from mediation, and yet they are often confused. Arbitration is a process whereby… Continue Reading Family Arbitration: Exploring Your Options in Dispute Resolution
The theme for FDRWeek this year was “FDRevolution”, highlighting the emerging revolutionary changes and innovative techniques, products, services and complexities… Continue Reading Access To Justice : Community Realities