Eileen Coen Mediation
The road you take makes all the difference.

Category Archives: Separation

Negotiations, confrontation 3d concept - black and white desk

7 Reasons Your Spouse Might Agree to Divorce Mediation

By Eileen Coen, J.D.

I can’t tell you how many times I receive phone calls from people seeking an uncontested divorce in Maryland, DC or Virginia, but don’t know how to get their spouse to participate in mediation. Maybe the spouse is too angry or hurt or skeptical to try mediation. Maybe they already have a lawyer who… Read More »

depositphotos_3092850_xs

The Gay Divorce Dilemma: Some Silver Linings

By Eileen Coen, J.D.

Same-sex couples always found it hard to get married. Now that they can, they are finding it even harder to get divorced. While it’s possible to run off to, say, Vermont or Massachusetts to get married, it is not possible to obtain a divorce the same way. That’s because getting married is not a… Read More »

ziemab1

Whose House for the Holidays?

By Eileen Coen, J.D.

The holidays can be an especially stressful time when you are going through a separation or divorce. It’s hard to get into the holiday spirit when your family is in limbo or separated and you’re feeling anxious, or angry, or hurt.  But there are many ways that parents can create happy holiday memories for… Read More »

coen-pb-blog-who-is-making-decisions-for-you-nov-12-2012

Who Is Making the Decisions in Your Divorce?

By Eileen Coen, J.D.

When you’re going through a divorce, it’s understandable to be concerned, even afraid, about the many unknowns on the road ahead . . .  But should you rely on a lawyer, judge or other “expert” to make decisions about your divorce? What does the law say about divorce? – Well, that depends on the… Read More »

+

Subscribe to Blog via Email

Enter your email address to subscribe to this blog and receive notifications of new posts by email.