Articles & Links Related to Divorce Mediation
Periodically we will post relevant articles and helpful links to help answer some of the questions you may have regarding divorce mediation.
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- New York State Council on Divorce Mediation – www.nysmediate.org
Recent Articles & Blog Posts
Jerry discusses some of the more important “bits and pieces” or common facts that some people seeking divorce do not know.
We can learn the value of using mediation for divorce from a variety of experiences, including from those of politicians.
Jerry Fabiano explains what happens financially when divorcing parents opt for Joint Physical Custody of their children.
Jerry Fabiano explains how the new tax law may impact the finances of your divorce, specifically with respect to spousal maintenance.
Jerry Fabiano shares how divorce mediation helped this couple find a more rational and manageable agreement regarding child support than a court-imposed settlement would have.
Jerry Fabiano shares the empowering story of how divorce mediation and continued discussions helped one couple to agree on a mutually-beneficial and financially sound solution regarding the marital residence.
Jerry Fabiano explains how to examine the total economic picture during divorce, rather than focusing on a single factor. He touches on retirement accounts, the marital residence, and asset substitution.
The separation agreement often does not deal with some important consequences and new realities that the former couple will eventually need to address. In this post, Jerry Fabiano shares some of those new realities along with questions to consider.
One of the most important issues to be resolved in the Separation Agreement is the Parenting Plan. This document will impact parents and children not only at the beginning of the separation/divorce, but also in the future.
Andrea Peyser’s 2017 article in the NY Post “Divorce System Prompts Bitter Couples to Use Kids as Weapons,” found that the only people to benefit from protracted power struggles between adults are lawyers. There is a better way, and that way is mediation.