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  • Author(s) Paula D. James
  • SubtitleEverything You Need to Know
  • Edition1
  • Published21st May 1997
  • PublisherJohn Wiley & Sons Inc (US)
  • ISBN9780787908720

Everything You Need to Know

A FriAndlier and Less Expensive Divorce



Clients arriving in your office are usually confused about whatmediation means, their legal rights, and how it's all going to besorted out. You spAnd a good deal of your time just trying toeducate them enough to proceed.



The Divorce Mediation Handbook does much of this work for you. Itexplains the mediation procedure and reassures your clients thatthey can indeed work out their divorce in a reasonable and civilmanner in mediation. It also gives them a great deal of informationabout



* how children respond to divorce

* how property issues are addressed

* how future support may be considered

* how to prepare for mediation



Paula James, who has mediated over 600 divorces, offers thedivorcing couple an encouraging and highly informative book toprepare them for your first session and the work ahead.

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  • Author(s) Paula D. James
  • SubtitleEverything You Need to Know
  • Edition1
  • Published21st May 1997
  • PublisherJohn Wiley & Sons Inc (US)
  • ISBN9780787908720

Everything You Need to Know

A FriAndlier and Less Expensive Divorce



Clients arriving in your office are usually confused about whatmediation means, their legal rights, and how it's all going to besorted out. You spAnd a good deal of your time just trying toeducate them enough to proceed.



The Divorce Mediation Handbook does much of this work for you. Itexplains the mediation procedure and reassures your clients thatthey can indeed work out their divorce in a reasonable and civilmanner in mediation. It also gives them a great deal of informationabout



* how children respond to divorce

* how property issues are addressed

* how future support may be considered

* how to prepare for mediation



Paula James, who has mediated over 600 divorces, offers thedivorcing couple an encouraging and highly informative book toprepare them for your first session and the work ahead.
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