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When Does Mediation Really Start?

Thanks to my friend and colleague, JoAnne Donner, the President of Mediation Services of Georgia, Inc., for sharing this guest blog post answering your questions about mediation.  JoAnne will also be presenting at the DivorceTown Help & Hope Fair in Atlanta on September 27, 2013.   When Does Mediation Really Start? People tend to believe that mediation begins when all concerned parties meet in…read more →

What Goes On At Divorce Mediations? Sample Agenda Here.

Thanks to my friend and colleague, Jennifer Keaton, the founder and voice of One Mediation, for sharing this guest blog post about using a mediator in your divorce.  Jennifer will also be presenting at the DivorceTown Help & Hope Fair in Atlanta on September 27, 2013.   Mediation is a confidential process.  This confidentiality can make mediation seem mysterious, inaccessible, and even scary when…read more →

Facing Mediation? Five Key Strategies You Need to Know

Thanks to my friend and colleague, JoAnne Donner, the President of Mediation Services of Georgia, Inc., for sharing this guest blog post answering your questions about mediation.  JoAnne will also be presenting at the DivorceTown Help & Hope Fair in Atlanta on September 27, 2013.   Facing Mediation?  Five Key Strategies  You Need to Know As a mediation coach, my mantra is “Mediation can be…read more →

Facebook, Divorce & E-Discovery

Thanks to my friend and colleague, Jennifer Keaton, the founder and voice of One Mediation, for sharing this guest blog post about social media and it’s role in the divorce process.  Jennifer will also be presenting at the DivorceTown Help & Hope Fair in Atlanta on September 27, 2013.     Electronically stored information is the data that can be recovered from devices, websites,…read more →

Mediation’s Most Common Mistake

Thanks to my friend and colleague, JoAnne Donner, the President of Mediation Services of Georgia, Inc., for sharing this guest blog post answering your questions about mediation.  JoAnne will also be presenting at the DivorceTown Help & Hope Fair in Atlanta on September 27, 2013.   Mediation’s Most Common Mistake One of the most common comments I hear when talking to people about their…read more →

Your opinion matters

Happy Spring to you!Every spring I take time to reflect on my life:  professionally and personally. More often than not, I uncover things that need updating, changing, and even rearranging. If you’ve been following me for any length of time you know that I’m always striving to bring more value to you with innovative products, programs and events that expand your mind, fill your heart and…read more →

Divorce Town Mixer

Download the Divorcetown flyer here Wouldn’t it feel great to attend a networking event where everyone shared a common professional thread that could lead to more business for everyone’s business? Now you can experience that for yourself at this one-of-a-kind event DESIGNED EXCLUSIVELY FOR PROFESSIONALS WHO PROVIDE SERVICES TO FOLKS DEALING WITH ALL MATTERS OF DIVORCE. No shot in the…read more →

Alimony in Georgia: No Guarantees

Thanks to my friend and colleague, Jennifer Keaton, the founder and voice of One Mediation, for sharing this guest blog post about Georgia’s alimony rules. In Georgia, alimony – a monetary payment of support – is an unpredictable proposition at best.   There is no formula in the statutes that indicates even what the “range” might be for an alimony payment…read more →

How to Re-establish Good Credit After Divorce

Oftentimes, divorce goes hand-in-hand with exorbitant bills, bankruptcy or even foreclosure. If you’re facing divorce and worried about your credit, take heart; you can dig out of it. It simply means you have to re-establish yourself as a trustworthy borrower. Here are five ways you can elevate your personal financial profile and get yourself back in good standing with the credit reporting…read more →