Divorce Mediation Blog

Does Your Attorney Fit Your Particular Genotype? Part I

{3:12 minutes to read} Lawyers are like organs. They come in all shapes and sizes and have a purpose. However, every organ isn’t a match for every person’s body system, blood type, and so forth. A perfectly good kidney can be rejected by the immune system of a perfectly good recipient. In the same way, … Continue reading Does Your Attorney Fit Your Particular Genotype? Part I

When it All Comes Down to the Blender: The Value of Personal Property in Divorce

{6 minutes to read} Personal property, furnishings and personality are typically encompassed by the objects that reside in marital (and secondary) residences. Included in this group are furniture and tchotchkes, like that horrible thing from HomeGoods that seemed like such a good idea at the time, but now takes up half the dining room table. … Continue reading When it All Comes Down to the Blender: The Value of Personal Property in Divorce

Why Open the Door? And Why Do You Still Have that Hideous Bedspread?

{6 minutes to read} Avoidance. Numbing. Most of us are adept at coping through these mechanisms also called (by me anyway) shoving junk into that third bedroom-turned-storage-room of our psyche, piling everything atop the hideous bedspread of the neglected spare bed. There is a visceral dread in even contemplating opening that door. Why, we might … Continue reading Why Open the Door? And Why Do You Still Have that Hideous Bedspread?

Inner Architecture — The Resource of Your Own Imagination

Transcript of Attunement Just taking a moment to find a comfortable place to sit or stand. In this attunement, we’re going to take a tour through our own inner self, our own body and all that it encompasses, as if we were architectural structures. As you settle into this space, slowing down, feel your sitz bones and … Continue reading Inner Architecture — The Resource of Your Own Imagination

A 3-Minute Attunement (Reconnecting Within)

{2:30 minutes to read} 3-Minute Attunement Transcription Let’s begin by just slowing down. Finding a comfortable seat. Coming to wherever you are, sitting quietly, and finding your way into your body. Let’s settle here. Just slowing down together. Taking a few breaths now together. We’re just going to have this space for a few moments … Continue reading A 3-Minute Attunement (Reconnecting Within)

A Triumph for the Best Interests of the Child

The Overruling of Baures by the NJ Appellate Court {7:12 minutes to read}  Relocation is among the most difficult family law issues for families and courts. Relocation is when the parent with sole or primary residential custody chooses to move out of state with the children. The change in parenting roles and developments in attachment … Continue reading A Triumph for the Best Interests of the Child