By FRI Co-Founder Robin Duboe Seigle, J.D. Couples who choose to settle their divorce or other family law issues through mediation, do so for many reasons. It is cost effective, more cooperative and less adversarial than divorce litigation. Additionally,...
By Robin Duboe Seigle, J.D. Do Specific Words Really Matter? It may be that “a rose is a rose is a rose.” But when it comes to couples getting divorced, some words used by their lawyers, mediators or other professionals can sound harsh, accusatory or negative....
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Mediation training that teaches and inspires. Excellent program to gain insight and learn new skills to help families create a better path to settlement.
C.J., Certified Divorce Financial Analyst
I attended the 4-day mediation training in May and have to say it was one of the best experiences I have had in my legal career. The instructors are extremely knowledgeable and well respected in their field. The hands-on sessions were incredibly beneficial and eye opening to what it really means to be a neutral mediator. The skills I learned will not only help me grow my mediation practice but also taught me how to deal with my litigation clients more effectively. Thank you again for the… Read more
K.C., Family Law Attorney
Participating in the Family Resolution Institute Mediation Training has transformed my practice, my perspective and results for my clients. This training has given me a deeper understanding of why clients may get stuck, and now I have the skills to facilitate deeper discussions through empathy, patience, and flexibility. The knowledge and skills of the trainers made this training fun and interactive. The role plays allowed me to put my new skills to use and into my practice. Thank you!
L.W., Mental Health Professional
This mediation training was fabulous. It was clear, concise, and had the perfect balance of teaching and hands-on practice. For those of us who dread practice and fear failure, they are warm, supportive, encouraging, and non-judgmental. For collaborative professionals, the presenters model teamwork as they balance one another perfectly as needs to happen in a collaborative team. This training was worth every penny and every second spent.