Tip #21 to help you make the most of your family mediation


“The best way to persuade people is with your ears – by listening to them.”

A Dean Rusk quote from Carole McKnight


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Tip #20 to help you make the most of your family mediation


In order for the mediation to be effective, both your spouse and the mediator need to know what’s really important to you. 

You need to be thinking about where you want to be 2 years from now, financially and otherwise, and how you see that being achieved with the resources that you and your spouse have at the present time.  

Direct to you from the desk of Ronald Smith, Q.C.


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Tip #19 to help you make the most of your family mediation


Before entering into a mediation using videoconferencing technology, ask your distance mediator for helpful technology tips. 

At a minimum, always check your headset and computer to ensure everything is in working order.


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