What do we talk about during mediation?

During my many years of practice, I have come to expect the unexpected.

Most mediations have common themes, but no two couples are the same.  Therefore, all issues pertaining to the family can be addressed and mediated.  The usual issues are

  • children
  • parenting responsibility
  • time spent between each parent and the children
  • living arrangements
  • holiday schedules
  • decision making regarding health care
  • education, religion
  • extracurricular activities
  • child support
  • spousal support
  • medical expenses
  • life insurance, cars
  • division of personal property
  • pensions
  • matrimonial home (for some couples)
  • taxes
  • financial separation and equalizing assets or liabilities

These are the most common family issues to discuss and resolve.

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