Negotiating successfully

Negotiation is when two or more parties with different needs and goals try to find a mutually acceptable solution. A successful outcome will help the parties build better relationships, lasting, long-term solutions that satisfy both parties’ needs and assist in avoiding future problems and conflicts. As Steven Covey suggests in his book “The 7 Habits… Continue Reading

Must divorcing parties attempt to mediate their dispute?

Mediation as a Dispute Resolution Mechanism Mediation assists both parties in working out arrangements for themselves and their children instead of handing over control of their affairs to a court. The process reduces conflict by helping couples consider the issues that need to be settled and the various options for settlement that may be available… Continue Reading

Divorce Mediation – Your Questions Answered

Mediation involves both parties in working out arrangements for themselves and their children instead of handing over control of their affairs to lawyers or a court. Roy Bregman is an accredited divorce mediator and has been a member of the South African Association of Mediators (In Divorce and Other Family Matters) since 1997 Divorce Mediation… Continue Reading

Mediation: Better Than Arm Wrestling

Provided there is a common motivation to settle the dispute on a reasonable and timely basis, there is very little to lose and everything to gain by trying to mediate a resolution. Mediation: Better Than Arm Wrestling (Article by Doug Sanders and Patricia Morrison of Borden Ladner Gervais) You are the CEO of a small software… Continue Reading

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