Carol A. Butler, Ph.D. : Mediator
is a non-adversarial way to resolve conflicts while keeping the
focus on the future.
is a way to make a settlement of all the issues
involved in separation: property, finances, parenting, child support, maintenance
(alimony), and other issues unique to each couple.
Unmarried couples use mediation to resolve similar issues.
Post-divorce re-negotiation of custody and child support arrangements can be
accomplished efficiently in mediation.
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helps clients to get organized and think clearly about what they need
Prepares clients to strategize and communicate effectively in mediation or
with their attorney.
Helps resolve emotional obstacles that are interfering with reaching a
helps partners in small businesses to improve
business relationships and increase productivity. The mediator can facilitate
making difficult business decisions. She can also help to resolve
- conflicts between management and employees
- agency-client impasses
- disagreements within board of directors
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