Money plays a big role in love and marriage — and in divorce, should it come to it. Your household income can influence your likelihood of staying together or calling it quits. “Earning $125,000 a year or more makes divorce 51% less likely, compared to a household income of $25,000 or less,” according to Emory
For many of us, the word “mediation” may seem synonymous with divorce and divorce attorneys. What you may not know is that mediation is not strictly for soon-to-be divorcees. There are several other circumstances when seeking out mediation is very appropriate. Here is a breakdown of the most popular reasons to use mediation aside from
Divorce should be the last solution for a couple in discord. Sadly, a divorce happens every 36 seconds. Going through a divorce is emotionally and financially draining. A high conflict divorce may result in stress, depression, and anxiety. However, a divorce mediation service can help a couple divorce less acrimoniously. Why Choose Divorce Mediation Service?
By Ellen Barron Feldman (email@example.com) What is your opinion? Will there be more divorces after Covid-19? I am often asked this question during this long three months when we are stuck in the house with our spouses and children of all ages, e-learning/home-schooling, working from home, many not going out even for grocery shopping or
By Ellen Barron Feldman (firstname.lastname@example.org) As a mediator and a collaborative attorney, I have been doing co-mediation exclusively by zoom since March 2020. The context is unsettling at best. Couples are together in their homes, trying to home-school their children, wondering if they will be losing their jobs or able to pay the mortgage, not