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How to Stay Friendly After Your Divorce

These simple steps will help prepare you for any challenges ahead after divorce! Divorce is a difficult time for everyone involved. It’s no secret that divorce can be an emotionally draining process. When you’re trying to juggle a job, kids, and everyday life, it’s difficult to add one more thing into the mix.  However, you … Read More

What is Mediation?

The Director of the Association of Professional Mediators recently stated:  “We are rebelling against the way the organized practice of law has evolved in the United States during the 20th century and we are embracing and promoting an alternative way of resolving conflict.  We are rebelling against the existing system of conflict resolution and challenging … Read More

What to Expect During a Divorce in Bucks County

Understanding the legal process will help alleviate feelings of fear, concern, and distress while you are considering divorce in Bucks County. PA.  Grounds for a Fault Divorce You will sue for a fault divorce if your partner does something wrong. The judge’s opinion on alimony can be influenced by the wrongdoing in question. If your … Read More

Impact of Divorce on Adult Children

It is well known divorce can have life-long effects on young children. There have been multiple studies and research papers on the subject. Even governments are aware of the scale of the issue. What’s relatively less understood is the impact of divorce on adult children. As divorce mediation professionals, we are often surprised by the … Read More

How to Talk to Your Kids About Divorce

How to Talk to Your Kids About Divorce Divorce is difficult for everyone involved, but it’s particularly difficult on children. It destabilizes their lives and forces them to think about their culpability. Therefore, it is of the utmost importance the parents have an honest talk with their children about the divorce. But before that, you … Read More

How Divorce Mediation Works: Real Life Scenarios

Divorce Mediation is an alternative way to resolve disputes. Traditionally, opposing parties in a lawsuit retain two lawyers to initiate the resolution process.  In a divorce scenario the opposing parties would be a husband and wife. After many months or even years and tens of thousands of dollars later, the dispute may be finalized, but with … Read More

What You Can Expect In Divorce Mediation

As a divorce survivor myself, I can attest divorce is not a pleasant experience. Unfortunately, at times, it cannot be avoided. Knowing the toll it took on me, when I was younger, I was able to develop my divorce mediation practice by reflecting on my own past. My practice can help you avoid unnecessary conflict … Read More

Reasons to Choose Mediation for Divorce or Separation

When a person decides it is time to begin the divorce process, it often becomes one of the most difficult and emotional times of that person’s life. It is not necessary to compound it with the added stress and expense found within the traditional legal process. My divorce mediation practice offers an alternative approach to … Read More

Divorce: Before, During, and After the Holidays

As a young boy, following my parents’ divorce, I recall having to spend half of Thanksgiving with one side of my family and then leaving to go spend the second half of the day with the other side of my family. This was repeated on Christmas, as well as other significant holidays throughout the year. … Read More

Mediation Helps Families

Move Forward Emotionally, Financially, and More Quickly with Divorce Mediation “Divorce mediation focuses on the present and the future,” John [Millett, J.D.], Founder & President of Millett Mediation, LLC, explains. “It’s about moving forward and leaving the past in the past.” Most couples can resolve their differences through mediation, and move on with their lives … Read More