Posts Tagged "Divorce Mediation"

Disentangling is the key to Divorce | Vadnais Heights, MN

Whether you have been married for two years or twenty, at the time of divorce there are many things to disentangle. Major aspects to attend to will include: finances, living situation, emotions, communication, and...

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Divorce Mediation and Collaborative Process: The Good Divorce | Saint Paul, MN

A Good Divorce is not an oxymoron.  It is a a very real possibility. There are so many horror stories about ugly divorce processes that some people wonder if a “good divorce” is possible. ...

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Divorce Advice: Take care of yourselves | Saint Paul, Minnesota

Empathetic help through the divorce process from Dorman Mediation. Here is an email that was sent to a client in June of 2013. Dear X & Y, It seemed like the realities of life-after-divorce were...

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Divorce does not have to be a dirty word | Roseville Minnesota

Excerpts from an article by Rachel M. Anderson Mediators help couples resolve differences When they were first married, 21 years ago, life was good for Becky and Kurt who live in the Twin Cities. ...

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“Christian” Divorce? | Arden Hills, Minnesota

There are two very different things people may be seeking when they are looking for a Christian Divorce.  One that makes me extremely wary… and the other that can be a gift to all...

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Ground Rules to “Keep it Friendly” in Mediation | North Oaks, MN

1. We shall take turns speaking and not interrupt each other. 2. We shall first names when referring to people – not “he” or “she.” 3. We shall not blame, attack, or engage in...

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Home Valuation during a Divorce: Blaine, Minnesota

When dividing property in a divorce, one of the most challenging facts to determine is the home valuation.   In a free market economy, the value of the home is determined by the buyer and...

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No-Fault Divorce in Minnesota | Ramsey County

Minnesota’s divorce system is based on the principle of “no-fault,” meaning that a divorce will be granted if either party believes that the marriage is over—without requiring a showing of wrongdoing by either party....

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Best Interest Factors for Custody in MN

When a judge in Minnesota must decide which parent will be awarded custody of a child, the decision is based upon 13 Best Interest Factors. Evidence for any of these factors will be provided...

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Child Support in Minnesota

Child Support Guidelines Child support is money paid by one parent to the other parent to help provide for the child’s expenses. Unless agreed upon otherwise, child support is generally calculated according to the...

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