Posts Tagged "divorce with children"
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...Read More
#4. Children are often used as pawns when fighting for one’s position in divorce wars. The old saying goes that “All is fair in love and war”, but using the children as expendable implements...Read More
#7. The win/lose mentality denies the benefits of cooperation and seeking workable solutions for all. The very nature of adversarial divorce litigation tends to push the process into a win/lose mentality. The lawyers...Read More
People need to begin building a bridge across the gulf between them, but often the tactics of adversarial divorce litigation polarize issues, deepen the conflict, increase the pain, and push them further apart. Adversarial...Read More
Adversarial litigation teaches people the opposite of the skills they will need to create a healthier and more peaceful future – according to Matthew J. Sullivan, Ph.D. Here are ten points adapted from Sullivan’s...Read More
One Bridge to Peace brings hope for Minnesota families trapped in conflict. Conventional wisdom states that it takes two willing adults to work together in order to create an environment of peace and safety...Read More
This healthy approach to divorce is wholeheartedly embraced by Dorman Mediation. 10 Crucial Principles for Divorcing Couples to Understand A happy family in two houses is better than a miserable family in one house....Read More