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How Limited Scope Legal Representation and Divorce Mediation Go Hand In Hand

Written with Rachel Hernandez In most divorce cases, people hire attorneys to represent them through the divorce process. The attorneys will be with them from the beginning to the end, potentially representing them in court all along the way. A litigated divorce tends to be costly, with attorneys providing their clients with their full menu …

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Mediation: An Option for Same-Sex Marriage and Divorce Throughout History

We at Keystone Mediation celebrate Pride Month! We wanted to share how mediation has served the LGBTQ community in the past and how it continues to help today. First, There Was the Obergefell v. Hodges Case The United States Supreme Court ruled on this landmark case on June 26, 2015. It effectively forced all states …

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Finding Common Ground During Divorce: Kids’ Sports, Summer Camp and Activities

With summer quickly approaching, a common topic in Divorce Mediation is children’s activities and summer camps. When helping a divorcing couple through the mediation process, we help clients avoid future conflicts by having a durable agreement that clearly defines what works for them. I thought it would be helpful to talk about some common activities …

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Happy Veteran’s Day

Keystone Mediation is appreciative of all those who have served our country. We offer a discount to all Veterans who have served. Contact us today. We are here if you need us!