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Thursday, April 5, 2007

Mediation: The Best Way

Family law attorney and Author of 3 books on Family law matters, Johnette Duff opens ‘Mediation Practice’. Unmanageable expenditures, extended delays, worrying shock. Cookie-cutter replies to outstanding problems. All indications of long-established divorce litigation, a brutal system for solving the problems of the closest relations of your life.

After growing irritation with the ability of the organization to serve her clientele, Johnette Duff, Attorney at Law, first turned to educating the public by writing “The Spousal Equivalent Handbook”: a lawful and financial guide to living together, The Family law Handbook: a lawful and economic guide to your spousal privileges, and Love After 50: the whole lawful and monetary guide. Ms. Duff has been marked on Today, Good Morning America, in The Wall Street Journal, Self, New Woman, Smart Money and Modern Maturity and has been a guest on several radio talk shows.

According to him mediation is earlier, cheaper, and perhaps further pleasuring than a court meet. After successfully mediating family law disagreements together with her law practice in Texas, Ms. Duff has re-located to Southern California and turned her powers to her family law website www.loveandthelaw.com and individual mediations, discarding the courtroom in her continuing efforts to assist pairs find answers.

A family law mediator is a neutral 3rd party who can ask sensitive queries, cut through the frustration and the hurt, and make probable a fresh balanced decision-making method. Mediation can be mostly caring when children are concerned. Since associates can’t just leave each other, and must learn to re-relate to each other as co-parents, adversarial lawsuit only exacerbates this procedure.

Ms. Duff shows social and communication capabilities to the board, together with her spacious practice. The mixture can assist pairs (and their attorneys, if appropriate) bring lively input to an agreement, allowing control of decisions impacting their lives for years to come.

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