Civilized Divorce through Mediation

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A longstanding client calls to tell you that his marriage is falling apart, and that his wife wants a divorce. Inasmuch as you have represented both the client and his wife on previous occasions, you now feel uncomfortable representing only one of the parties to the pending divorce action. Further, in light of your long-standing relationship with both parties to the divorce, you would like to see them avoid the cost and acrimony inevitable with litigation. Perhaps mediation will make for a good alternative? Discover the who, what, See more +
A longstanding client calls to tell you that his marriage is falling apart, and that his wife wants a divorce. Inasmuch as you have represented both the client and his wife on previous occasions, you now feel uncomfortable representing only one of the parties to the pending divorce action. Further, in light of your long-standing relationship with both parties to the divorce, you would like to see them avoid the cost and acrimony inevitable with litigation. Perhaps mediation will make for a good alternative? Discover the who, what, when, where, why and how of Mediated Divorce, in this course taught by Susan Freedman, an expert in Divorce Mediation.

For the full course please visit: http://www.lawline.com/cle/course-details.php?i=2680#.UW_7TrWG32s See less -

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