Mediating Divorce. A Client's Workbook

  • ID: 2215426
  • Book
  • 96 Pages
  • John Wiley and Sons Ltd
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Mediating Divorce: A Client′s Workbook is written for individuals who are divorcing and need a comprehensive resource and easy–to–understand guide for working through the divorce mediation process. Written by Marilyn S. McKnight and Stephen K. Erickson, two widely–known pioneers in the field of divorce mediation, this useful book will show you how to make the best choices while realistically addressing the many concrete and practical issues that must be confronted as you make the journey into your future.

This unprecedented hands–on resource offers you the help you need to create your own settlement without painful adversarial conflicts and includes

information about what you can expect during the mediation process:
  • A process for handling the difficult emotional and psychological issues during divorce
  • Strategies for establishing a parenting plan
  • Specific steps for determining future living expenses
  • Procedures for dividing property
  • Guidelines for finalizing the Memorandum of Agreement
Mediating Divorce: A Client′s Workbook is also filled with a wealth of helpful checklists, worksheets, budgets, homework assignments, and other useful forms.
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Marilyn S. McKnight, M.A. and
Stephen K. Erickson, J.D. are founders, directors, and mediators with the Erickson Mediation Institute in Minneapolis, Minnesota. McKnight, a social worker, and Erickson, an attorney, have each served terms as president of the board of the Academy of Family Mediators. They have written numerous articles and books in the field includingPractitioner′s Guide to Mediation (Wiley, 2001).
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