914.946.0848  .  contact  .  map & directions  .  subscribe  .  LinkedInFacebookTwitterGoogle+
Mediation Blog

Topic: Financial Documents | 4 post(s).

September 11, 2019 - {3:30 minutes to read} Both the clients and the mediator want to be sure that the first meeting is productive, both because of the cost involved and because everyone wants to feel that something was accomplished and momentum is building. That’s why at the initial consultation I suggest clients to do the following before scheduling the first meeting: Review the checklist I provide. To the extent that it’s productive for them to do so, I suggest that clients [...]

May 3, 2017 - {3:36 minutes to read} I recently attended a panel discussion on how to determine income in a matrimonial mediation. The panel consisted of a litigator, a mediator and a financial professional. The idea was to show the different approaches each would take in cases where income was hard to determine, such as self-employed parties, cash income, other complicated financial situations, or when a party just refuses to disclose relevant information. That got me to thinking abo [...]

November 11, 2014 - There are so many issues that a divorcing couple must face: How to tell the children Where will each live Whether or not they can afford to live separately Starting mediation can easily add to the apprehension, yet beginning mediation can actually be a positive step toward gaining control of your changing circumstances because the timetable, the agenda and of course, the outcome, are completely up to the two of you. There are concrete issues that need to be addr [...]

May 20, 2013 - There are so many issues that a divorcing couple must face–how to tell the children, where will each live, whether or not they can afford to live separately–starting mediation can easily add to the apprehension. I believe, however, that beginning mediation can actually be a positive step toward gaining control of your changing circumstances. The two of you set the timetable, the agenda and, of course, the outcome. There are concrete issues that need to be a [...]

Page:[ 1 ]
Search
Topics
Mediation (114) | Divorce (105) | Separation (22) | Divorce Mediation (19) | Mediator (13) | Litigation (11) | Child Support (10) | Conflict (10) | Communication (10) | Separation Agreement (9) | Consultation (7) | Co-Parenting (7) | Prenup (7) | Attorney (7) | Clare A. Piro (6) | Parenting (6) | Clare A. Piro Mediation (6) | Collaborative Divorce (6) | Parenting Plan (5) | Assets (5) | Children (5) | Agreement (4) | Expenses (4) | Separate Property (4) | Finances (4) | Marital Home (4) | Family (4) | Equitable Distribution (4) | Marital Assets (4) | Settlement (4) | CSSA (4) | Divorce Mediator (3) | Child Inclusive Mediation (3) | Divorce Agreement (3) | Clients (3) | Estate Documents (3) | Prenuptial Agreement (3) | Child Support Standards Act (3) | Divorce And Children (3) | Listening (3) | Joint Decisions (3) | Divorce Coach (3) | Relationships (3) | Family Court (3) | Financial Professional (3) | Responsibility (3) | Divorce Finances (3) | Marital Property (3) | Child Consultant (3) | Emotions (3) | Clare Piro (3) | Mediation Myths (3) | Informed Decisions (3) | Step-Mother (2) | Estate (2) | New York Child Support Statute (2) | Budgets (2) | Will (2) | Step-Father (2) | Joint Decision Making (2) | Mediation Versus Litigation (2) | Spouse (2) | Right Of Election (2) | Blended Families (2) | Child Support Standards Act (CSSA) (2) | Attitude (2) | Unrequited Love (2) | Equal Parenting Plan (2) | Conflict During Mediation (2) | Settlement Agreements (2) | Apology (2) | Grace (2) | Humanity (2) | Bitterness (2) | Anger (2) | Collaborative Practice (2) | College Expenses (2) | Compromise (2) | Mediation Benefits (2) | Certified Divorce Financial Analyst (CDFA) (2) | Inheritance (2) | Surviving Spouse (2) | Separation Agreements (2) | Anxiety (2) | Seperation (2) | Legislation (2) | Custody (2) | Post-Divorce Income (2) | Law Professionals (2) | Truth (2) | CDFA (2) | Pandemic (2) | Mediate (2) | Moving Forward (2) | Consulting Attorney (2) | Step-Children (2) | Budget (2) | Agreements (2) | Calculating Support (2) | Couples (2) | Facial Expression (1) | Elder Mediation (1) | Older Parents (1) | Eldercare (1) | New York’s Child Support And Maintenance (1) | Older Adults (1) | Mediating Emails (1) | Tough Decisions (1) | Anxious Thoughts (1) | Pathological Liar (1) | Joseph Goldstein (1) | Feelings (1) | Intention (1) | New Year’s Resolutions (1) | Tone Of Voice (1) | Communicating (1) | Family Mediations (1) | Child Focused Mediation (1) | Expectations (1) | On-Duty Parent Responsibilities (1) | Domestic Violence (1) | Heard (1) | Parental Holiday Sharing (1) | Holiday Season (1) | Separating (1) | Guilt (1) | Power Of Regret (1) | Couples Counseling (1) | Understood (1) | Meditation (1) | Religious Holidays (1) | Self Reflection (1) | Unhappy Relationship (1) | Lack Of Communication (1) | Remain Healthy (1) | Maggie O’Connor (1) | Global Pandemic (1) | COVID19 (1) | Court Order (1) | Cultural Holidays (1) | Mediating Onine (1) | Primary Caretaker (1) | 50/50 Parenting Plan (1) | Custody Determination (1) | Child's Best Interests (1) | NYs Child Support Guidelines (CSSA) (1) | Child Support Payment (1) | Non-Residential Parent (1) | A Neutral (1) | An Advocate (1) | Transition Day (1) | Mediating Virtually (1) | Waiving Spousal Support (1) | Children And Divorce (1) | Co-parenting (1) | Parenting Schedules (1) | 50/50 Parenting (1) | Caucus (1) | Agreement To Mediate (1) | Technical Difficulties (1) | Postnuptial Agreements (1) | Perspective (1) | Languish (1) | Contentment (1) | Cohabitating (1) | Unmarried (1) | Emotional Trauma (1) | File A Petition (1) | Parent Coordinator (PC) (1) | Final Decisions (1) | Parent Coordinator (1) | Happiness (1) | Decision Makers (1) | AcceptableOutcome (1) | Mediation Process (1) | Matrimonial Practice (1) | Kindness (1) | Righteous Anger (1) | Disagreements (1) | Marital Asset (1) | Cohabitation Agreement (1) | Collaboration (1) | Beliefs (1) | Hope (1) | Consulting (1) | Parenting Agreement (1) | Divorce Terms (1) | Divorce Agreement Terms (1) | Postnup (1) | Default Provisions (1) | Support (1) | Breast Cancer (1) | Divorce Needs (1) | Ovarian Cancer (1) | Support Connection (1) | Cancer (1) | Successful Mediations (1) | Commitment (1) | Being Understood (1) | Being Heard (1) | Ideas (1) | Separate Asset (1) | Depression (1) | Honest Conversation (1) | Personality (1) | Separate Property Credit (1) | Advocacy (1) | Empowerment (1) | DecisionMaking (1) | CoParenting (1) | Family Occasions (1) | Legal Rights (1) | Coparenting (1) | Retirement Plans (1) | Pensions (1) | Retirement (1) | Pension Plans (1) | COVID 19 (1) | Lack Of Focus (1) | Thrive (1) | Opposites (1) | Parenting Styles (1) | Saving Grace By Kirsten Powers (1) | Fairness (1) | Kirsten Powers (1) | Court (1) | Judge (1) | Pro-Rata (1) | Support Add-ons (1) | Bonuses (1) | Commissions (1) | Income Level (1) | Family Court Presumptive ADR Program (1) | Actuarial Company (1) | Qualified Domestic Relations Order (QDRO) (1) | Pension (1) | Custody Disputes (1) | Alternative Dispute Resolution (1) | ADR (1) | Presumptive ADR Program (1) | New York Family Court (1) | Matrimonial Cases (1) | Patience (1) | Multiple Assets (1) | Acknowledgement (1) | Moving On (1) | Unemployment (1) | Seperation Agreement (1) | Payments (1) | Extremes (1) | Fall (1) | Conflicy (1) | Power (1) | Parents (1) | School Year (1) | Kids (1) | Summer (1) | Marriage (1) | Resolution (1) | Scarcity (1) | Abundance (1) | Disclosure (1) | Contribution (1) | Grandparents (1) | Divorce Papers (1) | Accusations Of Delay (1) | Tentative Agreements (1) | Permanent Agreement (1) | Temporary Agreement (1) | Installment Agreements (1) | Joint Legal Custody (1) | Negative Communication (1) | Retirement Account (1) | College (1) | Maritial Assets (1) | Maritial Property (1) | Transmutation (1) | Commingling (1) | Married Couples (1) | Hurricane Harvey (1) | Compassion (1) | Nesting (1) | Divorce Law (1) | Baby Boomers (1) | Financial Costs (1) | Holidays Post-Divorce (1) | Specialist (1) | Mental Health (1) | Equity (1) | House (1) | Finding Love After Divorce (1) | Post-Divorce Dating (1) | Alone At The Holidays (1) | Holiday Blues (1) | Change (1) | Scared Of Divorce (1) | Fear Of Divorce (1) | Halloween (1) | Moving On After Divorce (1) | Joint Physical Custody (1) | Parenting Post-Divorce (1) | Parenting Plans (1) | Relocation (1) | Difficult Clients (1) | Living Apart (1) | Advice (1) | Living Together (1) | Effects On Family (1) | Older Dogs (1) | Adopt Shelter Dogs (1) | Dogs (1) | New York (1) | Self-talk (1) | Blame (1) | Self-determination (1) | 2015 (1) | Year In Review (1) | Mindfulness (1) | Equality (1) | Balance (1) | Control (1) | New York State (1) | Self Determination (1) | Lack Of Trust (1) | Joint Account (1) | FinancialPortfolio (1) | Post Nuptial (1) | Financial Documents (1) | Financial Information (1) | Family Law Software (1) | Mental Health Professional (1) | Lawyer (1) | Fear Of Separation (1) | PostNup (1) | Time To Process (1) | Entitlement (1) | Marriage Counseling (1) | Frame Of Mind (1) | Reluctant Spouse (1) | Telling Your Spouse (1) | Seller (1) | Buyer (1) | Cash Flow (1) | Court Process (1) | Negotiation (1) | Equity Loan (1) | Equitable Distribution Statute (1) | Complicated Finances (1) | Mediation Misconceptions (1) | Social Distancing (1) | Maintaining Calm (1) | Coronavirus (1) | Meditate (1) | Property Distribution (1) | Apologizing (1) | Needs Vs Wants (1) | But (1) | Fiancé (1) | Prenuptial Agreement (Prenup) (1) | Collaborative Process (1) | Attitudes Toward Prenups (1) | Asset Distribution (1) | Marital Concerns (1) | Court Vs Mediation (1) | Interest Payments (1) | Refinance (1) | Settle Agreement (1) | Husband (1) | Public Trust (1) | Personal Relationships (1) | Settlement Agreement (1) | Married (1) | Affair (1) | Bankruptcy (1) | Wife (1) | Financial Situation (1) | Little White Lies (1) | Custodial Parent (1) | Intervention (1) | Dreaming (1) | Therapy (1) | Beneficiary (1) | Spousal Support (1) | Life Insurance (1) | Settlement Term (1) | Lies (1) | Dishonest (1) | Divorce Assets (1) | Attitudes (1) | Emotional Attachment (1) | Dividing House Asset (1) | Ex-Spouse (1) | Accepting Responsibility (1) | Taking Responsibility (1) | Remarriage After Divorce (1) | Family Enrichment (1) | Significant Other (1) | Spouses (1) | AttorneyPresence (1) | FamilyMediation (1) | MediationSession (1) | LawyerDivorceMediation (1) | Matrimonial Dispute (1) | Perfection (1) | Holiday Preparations (1) | Work Stress (1) | Self Compassion (1) |
Connect
Attorney Advertising

The contents of this editorial should not be considered legal advice. The information provided in this editorial is intended to be general information and is not intended to be a substitute for a consultation with an attorney. Each case and situation is different and must be handled based upon the specific facts and circumstances unique to that case. For specific answers to questions on an individual case, it is best to consult with an attorney. Attorney Advertising

Close Announcement

Online Mediation Available

In response to COVID-19 I am providing family and divorce mediation services online. Click to learn more.