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About Jeffrey Bloom

Jeffrey Bloom is a Professional Mediator & founder of Creative Resolution Services in New York.

EMAIL: jbloom@mymediationservices.com

BIO: About Jeffrey

PHONE: 516-308-7808

WHY CHOOSE ALTERNATIVE DISPUTE RESOLUTION?
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WHY CHOOSE ALTERNATIVE DISPUTE RESOLUTION? | Jeffrey Bloom

{3:00 minutes to read} In mediation, everything is admissible. Whatever the parties feel is important to them or the issues that they want to resolve can be put on the table and discussed during the session. In litigation, when you go to court, there are things that are not admissible. What may be important and relevant to a party, a judge can say is not relevant no matter what it is. Whether it’s finances or what one spouse did to the other, the litigation process restricts what can and cannot be admitted.

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5 QUESTIONS YOU MAY BE ASKING ABOUT MEDIATION
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5 QUESTIONS YOU MAY BE ASKING ABOUT MEDIATION | Jeffrey Bloom

{Time to Read: 4.3 minutes}  There are a number of questions that are often asked in regards to the mediation process. Here are 5 of the most common ones. 1. How long is it going to take? On average, the mediation process will take anywhere from 2 to 6 sessions. From start to finish, it will take anywhere from 3 to 9 months, which includes the filing of all papers with the court and final Judgment of Divorce. Both timelines could be more or less, depending on the couple and the issues that have to be resolved.

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DIVORCE/SEPARATION PROCESS IS NOT EASY…….
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When going through a separation or divorce it is not an easy process. Even if both parties agree that they want to proceed in this direction there are emotions and issues within their family dynamics that need to be addressed properly. By choosing mediation, the process is easier as both parties are able to share and state what is important to them and why. All issues are on the table, there is nothing that cannot be stated in a mediation session. The parties are in charge of the process.

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WHY MEDIATION INSTEAD OF LITIGATION?
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This has been a question I have addressed in previous articles and it is a question I get asked all the time.  I think it is important to know all your options before deciding either of the two.  By making an educated decision you will almost never have any regrets.

Statistics show that more than 95% of cases that are litigated settle before the case goes to court.  However, there are still thousands of dollars that are spent to get to that point.

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