Do-It-Yourself Divorce - New Horizons mediators are available to assist you in resolving divorce issues and help you complete necessary paperwork. Minnesota Courts provide forms and instructions online as well as assistance from Court Administration.
Post-Divorce issues such as parenting time can be resolved in mediation. Oftentimes, a parenting time schedule needs to be changed as a child's life changes or one parent moves from the area.
Workplace conflict can be addressed through mediation. As issues are brought out into the open and people begin to communicate and work toward change, workplace stress is reduced. When workplace stress is reducted, people's personal lives are impacted positively.
Relationship communication issues can be brought to the mediation table. So often, people are just simply unable to talk about their problems. Mediation can help people communicate and change how they handle conflict.
Other issues such as legal civil conflicts, neighborhood and property disputes can also be brought to mediation.
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The main role of a mediator is to help people say what they need to say and be heard and understood. Once this happens, people are able to focus on what’s important and reach compromise and solutions. Goals of mediation include:
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