Part of the job of a divorce mediator in Chicago is to dispel misconceptions about the process of mediation. Some common myths that a divorce mediator in Chicago hears include: We Aren’t Capable of Mediating Some parties believe that they cannot successfully mediate because they have problems communicating with each other. However, mediators have helped
When employers and employees confront a legal issue, one or both of the parties may believe that a drawn-out court battle is the only way to resolve the employment dispute in Chicago Illinois. However, this is not the case. At an increasingly greater rate, employment disputes in Chicago Illinois are resolved through the non-adversarial process
Landlord/tenant disputes in Chicago Illinois are quite common, often landing both parties in a lengthy and contentious court battle. Landlord/tenant disputes in Chicago Illinois may arise for a variety of reasons, including allegations of lease violations, non-payment of rent, issues concerning unreturned security deposits and problems that concern the enjoyment or living situation that have
Equally damaging to a relationship as any other type of infidelity, financial infidelity weds a deep sense of betrayal and deceit with a profound loss of trust. It shakes the foundation of a relationship. Secret purchases on credit cards, borrowing money from a bank account or credit card, stashing money, and incurring debt unbeknownst from
Money is a core concern of any divorce experience.Â Most people think of money in terms of dollars and cents and making the “right” financial choices.Â However, money is a much more complex part of our lives and has the power to trigger potent subjective emotions in everyone.Â Money symbolizes different things to different people
Hiding money (assets) during a divorce is illegal and unethical. Never the less it’s more common than you think. Both men and woman alike have and continue these tactics daily. I am in no way advocating hiding assets. I am simply documenting facts to help educate and protect. By hiding money your spouse may be
Co-parenting starts the day the decision is made to divorce has been made. Even the most amicable divorces need a plan for future co-parenting. Putting your children’s best interests first, no matter how much you may dislike their other parent, is the key to co-parenting.