Steven Johnson of The New York Times contributed a fascinating essay about how best to make big decisions. As mediators, we guide parties in conflict through complex decisions – whether financial, personal or business.
Often when parties call our office to inquire about the mediation process, they raise concerns about parenting, budgets, cash flow, careers and whether they can actually stay out of court.
Anna Goldfarb writes in the New York Times about how adult siblings can maintain and even nurture friendships and supportive loving relationships.
NPR’s Hidden Brain podcast host Shankar Vedanta has a fascinating conversation with his guests about the evolving purpose and role of marriage.
In mediation, we take the time to discuss more than the nuts and bolts of asset division and who spends what holiday with the children.