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Last week, on March 19th, I spoke at the annual Minnesota CLE Family Law Institute in St. Paul, MN. It was a huge gathering of about 700 family lawyers, with interests from mediation to collaborative law to cooperative law to … Continue reading

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On March 4-5, I gave a training to 35 mediators, lawyers and law enforcement professionals. While I have taught this 2-day training before in Vancouver, there was fresh interest and I have refined it further to emphasize practice activities with … Continue reading

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Last Thursday (2/28/13) I was the keynote speaker for the annual Texas Collaborative CLE in Dallas, speaking on managing High Conflict Cases. I focused on the importance of teaching our potentially high-conflict clients more skills for participating more actively in … Continue reading

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In keeping with this month’s theme, bullying, here’s a republish of an article I wrote in 2012 about dealing with bullies at work. It’s still very much timely a year later… © 2012 by Bill Eddy Have you noticed more … Continue reading

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This week I had the opportunity to give a 5-morning seminar to 26 mental health professionals sponsored by the Department of Psychiatry of the Medical College of Wisconsin. Also, on Thursday I got to speak for 5 hours to over … Continue reading

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It appears that Tom Cruise and Katie Holmes will be in the news for awhile. Another high-profile celebrity divorce for the public to obsess over. For Tom it’s his third, and just the first for Katie. Sad for the child. The … Continue reading

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Last week, 1300 divorce professionals gathered in Chicago with the Association of Family and Conciliation Courts to discuss the best ways to help families with young children going through divorce. The conference focused on early childhood “attachment” and the controversies … 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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by Bill Eddy, LCSW, ESQ May, 2012 A controversial issue today in family law is whether there should be a presumption that parents should have equal shared parenting time after a separation or divorce. I just returned from speaking for … Continue reading

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