Tag: how to get along

Divorcing a police officer

COURAGE IS TALKING ABOUT IT.                                                                            Police officers, fire fighters and the many other professions known as FIRST RESPONDERS have a very high rate of divorce. 70%. This blog refers to divorcing the spouse who is in this profession. marriage is a challenge for families who have a spouse who is […]

How to Win Child Custody Mediation

Parents need to do what’s best for their kids during a divorce.  One of the biggest hurdles in a divorce case is child custody.  However, by doing what is best for your children.  Also, in mediation, it is not a win-lose.  It is either win-win or lose-lose. Use the following […]

Spousal Support (Alimony in NY) in Divorce

Spousal support, formally known as “alimony,” is not mandatory in most states, however it can be ordered by a judge in under certain circumstances. Here is some information regarding spousal support and Alimony in New York in Divorce Source: Mediation and Counseling Blog

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Find the Love You Deserve

  Wednesday, July 10, 2019 from 6:30 PM to 8:00 PM (EDT) The Mediation and Family Counseling Group 200 North Village Avenue#Suite 101Rockville Centre, NY 11570 View Map   Attend         Want company? Share this event!           Description OF EVENT As more and […]

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The Science of Love in the Time of Online Dating

  Wednesday, July 10, 2019 from 6:30 PM to 8:00 PM (EDT) The Mediation and Family Counseling Group 200 North Village Avenue#Suite 101Rockville Centre, NY 11570 View Map   Attend         Want company? Share this event!           Description OF EVENT As more and […]

Marriage Takes Two, Divorcing Should Too

It takes two to get married , but if the unfortunate should evolve then it also takes two to get divorced and always, it should take two to mediate the process. Source: Mediation and Counseling Blog

The Therapist's Corner

The Counseling Cooperative in lovely downtown Rockville Centre is currently looking for psychotherapists and mental health professionals that are looking to expand their practice, develop their skills and grow in the industry. Source: Mediation and Counseling Blog

CHOOSING THE RIGHT MEDIATOR

When choosing someone to mediate your divorce, it’s important to know that you are getting the right mediator and not just anybody, but how do you know? Source: Mediation and Counseling Blog

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