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What is divorce mediation?
Divorce mediation is a voluntary settlement process used frequently and successfully by married couples who want to divorce, and by domestic partners who want to separate. Divorce mediation gives couples the option to plan their futures rationally, and in an atmosphere of cooperation and mutual respect. With the assistance of a trained divorce mediator, you can reach an agreement that is custom-made for your family, your finances and your future.
Divorce mediation is the preferred choice for couples and families facing separation and divorce because it provides a cost-saving means to reach agreements in a cooperative setting. At the same time, divorce mediation gives couples more control over the process and decision-making. As a result, communication between couples is better so resolutions take less time. Learn more.
The Divorce Mediation Quiz
Even if you and your partner do not agree on much, divorce mediation could still be for you. Check out The Divorce Mediation Quiz for typical issues to think about when considering divorce mediation. If you and your partner think that divorce mediation could be a sensible solution for your family, you should learn more by meeting with a divorce mediator who can answer questions specific to your situation.
Mark Josephson on LookTV
Watch NYSCDM President Mark Josephson and Jesse Jackson of LookTV discuss how divorce mediation can help couples communicate better, work through challenging financial issues and enable them to develop equitable divorce agreements while maintaining greater control over their futures.
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Retirement and Divorce: The Good, the Bad and the Ugliness!
How to help your clients go from "yours and mine" back to "ours"
Featuring Donna LaScala and Marc Miller, PhD
Thursday, March 30, 2017, Noon to 1 PM
Registration is NOW OPEN! 2017 Annual Conference at the Doubletree Tarrytown, May 4-6
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The Downstate Symposium at John Jay College Honored Sydell Sloan
Congratulations to Sheryl-Anne Sastow and Phil Wild for organizing an informative Downstate Conference in memory of Sydell Sloan, who co-chaired the event for many years with Glenn Dornfeld. You will be able to more about the event in the next issue of Council News.
The Upstate Symposium at The Corning Museum was a huge success!
Congratulations to Trish Blake-Jones and her committee for putting together an outstanding educational program focusing on finance and divorce. Attendees also enjoyed a glass-blowing demonstration, a museum tour and shopping.