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Invisible Problems, Concrete Solutions – Mediating Evictions in a Pandemic

March 24, 2021

Invisible Problems, Concrete Solutions – Mediating Evictions in a Pandemic  One of the biggest challenges of the past year has been coping with a threat that can’t be seen. It can be even harder to see positive change when so much of our lives has moved online. But, our MWI team knows how mediation is a powerful solution to these problems. Even when you can’t […]

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Relocating After Divorce: What You Need to Know

March 17, 2021

Relocating after divorce can provide a fresh start and can improve many aspects of your post-divorce life.

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5 Divorce Videos to Watch with Young Children

February 8, 2021

MWI compiled five videos that parents can watch with their children to help their children better understand divorce.

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Videos: 9 Celebrities Sharing Their Divorce Stories

February 3, 2021

Celebrities sharing their stories about divorce that we hope people will find helpful to hear.

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What it Was Like to Attend a Court-Approved Parent Education Program in Massachusetts

January 19, 2021

What it Was Like to Attend a Court-Approved Parent Education Program in Massachusetts By Macayla Belt, MWI Co-Mediator In my work as a divorce and family mediator, I have the opportunity to work with parents seeking divorce or parents caught in conflict. In Massachusetts, parents getting divorced must complete a five-hour court-approved parent educational program. […]

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Your BFF is Going Through a Divorce? Here’s How You Can Help.

January 6, 2021

Your is BFF Going Through a Divorce? Here’s How You Can Help. by MWI Divorce & Family Mediator Vanessa Linsey 12 things you can say to help your friend through the hardest time in their life: 1. “I know you’ve been struggling in your marriage for a long time. If you’re ready to do this, […]

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A question for your Ombuds – Why should I trust you?

December 11, 2020

Ombuds help employees become more resourceful and to empower them to solve their own issues. People work better when they feel they have control over the work and work life.

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Oysters & Ombuds – There’s a First Time for Everything

December 7, 2020

If you’ve never worked with an ombudsman before, you might be nervous about that too. Here are some tips on what to do.

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What to Consider in Your Co-Parenting Plan

What to Consider in Your Co-Parenting Plan By Macayla Belt, MWI Co-Mediator One of the most important questions parents will be faced with during their divorce is: how do you wish to co-parent your children during and after divorce? For those parents who choose to participate in mediation, parents will work together to create a […]

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When and How to Introduce Children to a New Partner After Divorce

September 10, 2020

When and How to Introduce Children to a New Partner After Divorce By Alex Clarke and Josh Hoch For divorcing couples who are also parents, the question of when and how to introduce a new friend or partner will likely come up during or after divorce. Figuring out what is best for your family after […]

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