New York Divorce Mediation Lawyer: Recession & Divorce Doesn’t Mix

08/05/2010 New York, NY- Divorce itself is hard on a family and those involved, but because of our downward economy and housing market, unhappy couples are now forced to continue cohabitation. Couples, who have invested in a home after getting married, simply cannot unload their house nor recoup their investment in today’s economic state, as […]

Mediation Helps Resolve, Not Create Conflict Says New York City Divorce Lawyer

New York City Divorce Lawyer / family  law mediation center discusses the ways in which the alternative to litigation can be effective in reducing conflict between divorcing spouses. April 26, 2010 – Even in cases where the decision to divorce is mutual, the aftermath can often result in unforeseen battles between spouses. When attempting to […]

Mediation Helps Disputants Find Common Ground

Manhattan mediation center YS Mediation discusses how the process of mediation can significantly improve dialog between disputing parties for finding common ground. March 16, 2010 – (WiredPRNews.com) — Disputes between individuals, organizations, communities, and others with a meaningful interest in the resolution outcome often require the intervention of attorneys or courts in order to be […]

Five Reasons to Consider Mediation for Conflict Resolution

New York conflict resolution center YS Mediation discusses the benefits of using mediation as a means of settling disputes. March 9, 2010 – Family disputes, business disputes, and accident injury disputes are among the kinds of conflicts typically settled through court processes. These often leave one side with discontentment over the final decision made, because […]

Dallas labor issue lawyer explains proposed Legislation: The Employee Free Choice Act

Dallas, Texas (WiredPRNews.com) — The Employee Free Choice Act (“Act”) is a proposed federal law that would amend the National Labor Relations Act to enable employees to more easily form labor organizations and negotiate initial collective bargaining agreements with employers. If signed into law, the Act would require an employer to recognize a union if […]