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I just returned from attending and presenting at the Federation of Law Societies biannual Family Law Conference, in Halifax, Nova Scotia. My topic was “The Future of Family Courts: Implications for Lawyers,” based on my newest book: “The Future of … Continue reading

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I am writing this in response to a blog comment which raises some important concerns about family decision-making in family court, which are raised worldwide and not unique to any one state or province. Here are the dilemmas that I … Continue reading

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NEW WAYS FOR FAMILIES is a new method developed by High Conflict Institute, which integrates many of the principles described in this book (The Future of Family Court). It is an interdisciplinary method that teaches and reinforces relationship conflict resolution skills … Continue reading

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I’m writing this before knowing John Edwards’ verdict in North Carolina on charges of violating federal campaign laws by spending nearly $1 million of donors’ money on hiding his affair (and child) with Rielle Hunter. Whatever the outcome, he has … Continue reading

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APFM BOOKCLUB Participate in the Academy of Professional Family Mediators Bookclub! Our first tele-meeting will be on May 23, 2011 at 1:00 pm (EST).  To participate, simply call (218) 936-4141, then enter code 8426638 when prompted. Please exercise teleconference curtesy … Continue reading

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by Bill Eddy, LCSW, ESQ Agreed-Upon Schedules In reality, as a lawyer, counselor, mediator and consultant, I have worked with many parents who use shared parenting schedules that are approximately 50-50. However, these are determined by the parents by agreement, … Continue reading

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I just returned from Minnesota where I had the opportunity to speak for two days to over one hundred family law judges and their law clerks about understanding and managing high-conflict parents in separation and divorce. It was a very … Continue reading

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© 2012 by Bill Eddy, LCSW, Esq. Whether you are a lawyer, counselor, manager or other professional, you are likely to be involved in mediation regularly or occasionally. Legal professionals are required to have their clients participate in mediation before … Continue reading

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