Mediation to resolve divorce has become increasingly commonplace in recent years. More and more people are recognizing that a war model of resolving family conflict during divorce creates more animosity, drives up costs, and makes the likelihood of successful post-divorce relationships exponentially difficult. What few realize, however, is that the very tools and process approach that can work to help people negotiate the terms of their divorce may also be effective in helping couples re-negotiate the terms of their relationship while they are still married. Recently I wrote an article for the South Shore Women’s Journal about Mediation To Stay Married – you can read it HERE on page 25, or through the live link HERE.
You can find more information about using mediation to stay married at the wonderful resource website, www.maritalmediation.com, or by calling our office to schedule a consultation.