Other Family Law Matter

In mediation, it is the mediator’s job to work with the couple to determine what issues are relevant and possibly unique to this particular couple. The mediator does this by using an acronym commonly referred to as P.E.A.C.E. The “P” refers to all parenting issues that need to be addressed. The “E” is for everything dealing with equitable distribution or how to divide up all of the assets and liabilities. “A” is for spousal support or alimony as it is more commonly referred to and “C” is for child support. The “E” is for everything else. It is the catchall, allowing the parties to deal with any other matter that the couple wants to address during the mediation.



    Michelle Kohn remains available
    for “Virtual Mediation”. Virtual mediation allows the participants to attend
    mediation from a location of their choice. Each person will need access to a
    device with a webcam. This option saves the parties’ time and provides
    the additional benefit of convenience.

    Virtual mediation is set up in a way to preserve the
    confidentiality of all parties and Ms. Kohn has the ability to put individuals
    in separate virtual rooms when requested. For more information about virtual
    mediation, please feel free to contact Ms. Kohn for a 15-minute free
    consultation. Ms. Kohn is now offering mediation on weekends and evening
    hours upon request.