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March 05, 2015

Common Family Matters, Can They Be Mediated?
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In our family structure there are varying issues that can turn out to be serious matters and often times end up in court, as for a large number of these matters were oral agreements that were made with no formal documentation (i.e. Contract) backing up what was said when the agreement was made. For example, an Aunt co-signed for a 3 year car loan for her nephew, he made 6 payments in the beginning and faltered on the remaining payments leaving the Aunt vulnerable and responsible for the car loan. Or a divorced couple is not abiding by their child custody agreement. As our court systems continue to be clogged with lawsuits ranging from serious to frivolous, can mediation be helpful for keeping Family Matters out of the court system. Join me for this lively conversation.
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Put It All on the Table: Common Family Matters
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