Getting SplitReady Episode 21.5: Mediated Divorce – A Path to Great Outcomes

Have you heard of divorce mediation? A mediated divorce is a process in which a specially-trained mediator works with a divorcing couple to discuss and resolve divorce-related issues.  Mediation provides divorcing couples a number of benefits, including, importantly, the ability for the couple to craft agreements that work for them, versus having the court hand down a decision.

Join us for an engaging discussion with Matthew Carroll from Keystone Mediation about how mediation can help couples find a path to better, sustainable outcomes in divorce.

Also, joining the conversation is Tania K. Harvey from Ward Family Law and Joyce Marter, an Author, Blogger and Licensed Clinical Professional Counselor.


 

 

Matthew

About Matthew

Matthew Carroll is a certified Mediator at Keystone Mediation and with the Center for Conflict Resolution in Chicago, Illinois. As a father, he helps ensure that his clients consider their children’s needs first and foremost throughout the Mediation process.

Matthew has completed certified specialized education at Northwestern University, School of Professional Studies in Civil Mediation, Divorce Mediation and Advanced Negotiation. He has also completed the Domestic Relations Mediation Training required by the Indiana Supreme Court to be an approved Domestic Relations Mediator in the State of Indiana.

 

Contact Us

If you are considering divorce and have questions about how to get started with the process, reach out – we’re here to help, every step of the way.

Getting SplitReady is produced by Ernie Scatton and EAS Productions. For information on launching your own podcast, contact EAS Productions at (708) 989-3985 or erniescatton@gmail.com.

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