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Archive for the ‘Divorce Mediation’ Category

What You Need to Know About a Pre-Nup

Posted on September 24th, 2020 by Stuart Preston

What on earth does a prenuptial agreement have to do with a couple’s engagement? There’s romance and laughter, caring and love. It’s the most romantic time in a couple’s life; “We’re Engaged!”. What a time of celebration and joy! But, as counselors have long advised, it is also the time to discuss the important things […]

Restricted Stock Units (RSUs) and Divorce

Posted on September 17th, 2020 by Mara Linder

Some aspects of marital property division in a divorce are simple, but some are a lot more complex. Now that many companies are offering alternatives to stock options, like Restricted Stock Units, you may want to know how that works in a divorce.  What Are RSUs? RSUs are Restricted Stock Units. They have become a […]

Mediation by Caucus: Pros and Cons

Posted on July 9th, 2020 by Mara Linder

You may have heard the term “Mediation by Caucus” and wondered if it might be appropriate for your situation. So, what does it mean and what are the possible benefits? First, we’ll examine the concept of a divorce mediation by caucus, then we’ll look at the idea of caucusing as a tool within a traditional […]

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Pros and Cons of Divorce Mediation

Posted on June 22nd, 2020 by Mara Linder

Who wants their divorce to fund their attorney’s newest Maserati? No one! Well, maybe some of those “burn all the bridges” couples who want only to eat each other alive in court, no matter the cost. But, for the rest of you, there is no need to explode every aspect of your normal life and […]


Divorce Mediation and Coronavirus: Video Conferencing to the Rescue

Posted on May 14th, 2020 by Mara Linder

Real life goes on even as the Coronavirus disrupts our lives, and even as our government works to control the virus by putting much of ordinary life on pause. For some, real life includes the need to continue moving forward with a separation or divorce. The relationship is over and the partners need to move […]

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Divorced Parents and Coronavirus: What You Need to Know

Posted on April 23rd, 2020 by Mara Linder

Divorced parents have so many things to deal with in our new pandemic afflicted world. COVID-19 has changed everything and we are all eager for a return to normal. Until then, there are some very important things divorced parents will need to know. Do you have questions about how your divorced status affects stimulus checks? […]

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Arizona Divorce Laws: What You Need to Know

Posted on March 27th, 2020 by Mara Linder

Divorcing couples usually want to know as much about Arizona divorce laws as possible in order to make sure their rights are protected and to make sure that they emerge from this stressful time in the best financial and custodial shape possible.  How Does Spousal Maintenance Work in Arizona Many divorcing couples are unaware that […]


Mediation Services: How Does Divorce Mediation Work?

Posted on February 28th, 2020 by Mara Linder

Our goal is to make divorce mediation as simple and peaceful as possible. We break it down into five clear steps and leave you in control. So, exactly how does divorce mediation work?  The 5-Step Process of Divorce Mediation Once you contact us, we go through these five steps efficiently and calmly until we work […]



Posted on January 1st, 2020 by Mara Linder

We are thrilled to announce our new Phoenix divorce mediation location in the uptown CASA development at the southwest corner of Northern Avenue and 16th Street in Phoenix.  7878 N 16th Street, Suite 130-15, Phoenix, AZ 85020 MAP  We hope you enjoy the new look and feel of our updated office in the sparkling new [...]

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Welcome to the 2020s: The Mediation Decade

Posted on January 1st, 2020 by Stuart Preston

We’ve been doing divorce mediation for close to 13 years. And now we enter a new decade -- the 2020s. What will the 2020s bring in divorce mediation? We think it’ll be known as the “Mediation Decade” as couples focus on building new futures rather than tearing things apart. They’ll focus on the kids, the [...]

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