How Mediation Can Help You with Division of Assets in Champaign

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When couples decide to separate, the division of assets frequently is one of the most highly contested issues. Feelings run high, and it’s not unusual for one or both former partners to dig in their heels. Why Mediation is a Better Choice? What’s the best way to end a stalemate over the division of assets in Champaign? Usually, couples that …

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A Shelbyville Divorce Mediator Shares 5 Reasons to Mediate Your Divorce

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Have you recently made the decision to get a divorce?  Are you confused about how to proceed with your divorce?  A Shelbyville divorce mediator explains 5 reasons why you may want to mediate your divorce. When it comes to divorce, you have two options: option one is to litigate your divorce and go to court, and option two is to …

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A Champaign Divorce Mediation Attorney Shares 3 Reasons Why Divorcing Couples Should Mediate

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When a couple decides to separate, it brings up painful, and often conflicting, emotions. This isn’t shocking because divorce tends to be an acrimonious process. Unfortunately, going to court to settle the divorce frequently makes the situation worse. With court hearings, an in-depth discovery process, and perhaps even an expensive and risky trial, letting a judge preside over your divorce …

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5 Divorce Triggers that Can Lead to Divorce in Champaign

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Oftentimes, it is an “event” that leads to a divorce. The five most common divorce triggers are financial stress, infidelity, lack of communication, domestic violence, and growing apart due to different interests/hobbies. Financial Stress Can Drive Couples Apart Across the United States, couples have been finding that their money struggles can cause extreme financial stress that leads to a break-up. …

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How to Know if Divorce Mediation is a Good Option for Your Divorce in Champaign

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Divorce mediation also known as Alternative Dispute Resolution is the process for settling divorce disputes without litigation and with the assistance of a neutral third party. It involves working together in a cooperative manner that provides the best possible outcome for both parties. Are you wondering if divorce mediation is a good option for your divorce in Champaign?  There are …

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5 Tips on Having a Smooth Divorce in Champaign

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It is never easy to end a marriage, especially when children are involved. It is possible to have a smooth divorce in Champaign if you plan for it in advance. Consider Hiring a Divorce Mediation Attorney With a divorce, there are so many difficult factors to sort through: child custody, division of assets, living arrangements and so much more. An …

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Upcoming Deadline for 40-Hour Online Mediation Training in Illinois

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When I first moved home from New York City, I instantly investigated mediation training programs  in Illinois.  I have a mediator heart and wanted to ensure I had the requisite training to be approved on the various court rosters.  However, I live in Champaign, Illinois and the closest mediation training that I could find was in Chicago.  I’m a single girl …

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Upcoming 40 Hour Mediation Training for the Sixth Circuit of Illinois

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Champaign County  Bar Association’s Family Law Committee is teaming up with the Dispute  Resolution Institute, Inc. to  hold a 40 hour mediation training via Zoom.  The first 20 hours will be the basic civil mediation training and the second 20 hours  will be focused on family law mediation.  This has  been approved  by the  Sixth  Circuit in Illinois and may …

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Cari Rincker is Trained as Online Family Law Mediator

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I’m very proud to be a part of a nimble profession who is  able to adjust during these unprecedented times.  I have been conducting meditations online via Zoom and GoToMeeting for  family law disputes (including child issues and divorce matters).  I took it up a notch in the  month of May and completed a 20 hour training via Mediate.com.  Rincker …

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Virtual Mediation During COVID-19 Pandemic

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I have noted for years my ability to conduct meditations “virtually” via GoToMeeting or Skype.  I’ve been speaking to clients via GoToMeeting but I can also conduct meditations using this technology.  Of course, it is more productive to meet in person but a lot can still be accomplished by having these conversations “virtually.” For family law matters, I mediate both …

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NALC Fact Sheet: Alternative Dispute Resolution in Farm and Ranch Divorces

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If you follow me then you know that I loooooove Alternative Dispute Resolution.  In fact, I’m a trained mediator myself and I teach mediation as an adjunct professor at the University of Illinois School of Law.  There is nothing that gives my heart more joy (well, except for puppies and baby goats) when I am able to resolve divorces through …

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NALC Fact Sheet: Keeping the Farm Business Intact

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Oftentimes in a divorce or separation, people assume that assets need to be divided… but that isn’t *always* the case, especially with farm and ranch divorces.  Read my Fact Sheet on Keeping the Farm Business Intact with the National Agriculture Law Center here.  You can read all of the fact sheets on family law issues with agriculture here.

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