Is Divorce Mediation For You?
Professional training video "Is Divorce Mediation For You?"
Are you wondering:
What is the most informed way, at the least expense, to get divorced?
Would I do better in mediation or in court?
What are the basic standards on parenting plans, child support, spousal support and property division (based on California law, although other states are often similar)?
How are substance abuse, restraining orders, child alienation and other problems addressed?
Could I make reasonable decisions with my spouse sitting in the same room?
How does divorce mediation work?
This 1-hour nutshell video helps answer all of those questions. This dramatization of issues and controversies from real cases shows how a neutral mediator guides a controlled process and provides information. The parties raise issues, ask questions of the mediator and each other, make proposals and the final decisions. Disagreements, anger, surprise events, tears and significant progress are all highlighted.
Bill Eddy is a therapist (Licensed Clinical Social Worker) and a lawyer (Certified Family Law Specialist), and has been practicing family mediation for approximately 30 years. He is a Founding Board Member of the Academy of Professional Family Mediators and the Senior Family Mediator at the National Conflict Resolution Center based in San Diego, California.
DISCLAIMER: This demonstration is not legal advice and should not be relied upon for making any legal decisions. Seek the advice of a local lawyer, therapist or financial adviser for divorce advice. Every mediator has his or her own style and will differ more or less from the process and methods used in this sample case.
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