Carmela Miraglia

Mediating Child Custody Disputes During the Coronavirus

Mediation is an option during the coronavirus.

Mediator Carmela M. Miraglia explores mediation options for parents during the coronavirus pandemic. Life for parents during the coronavirus has often involved a bizarre mix of boredom and inactivity for children, coupled with rapidly changing “rules” for parents to follow during the pandemic. In the early days of the pandemic – approximately 2.5 months ago Mediating Child Custody Disputes During the Coronavirus

Mediating Modifications of Child Support and Alimony During the Coronavirus Crisis

Job losses impact child suport.

Mediator Carmela M. Miraglia explains how mediation is the best answer for parents and former spouses who have lost jobs during the Covid-19 crisis. While people stay home and businesses shutter to slow the spread of the coronavirus, millions of American workers are being laid off. Many of these displaced workers have child support obligations Mediating Modifications of Child Support and Alimony During the Coronavirus Crisis

What 3 Things Should I Bring to my First Divorce Mediation Session?

Checklist of 3 things to bring to first divorce mediation session

Mediation Coach and Divorce Mediator Carmela M. Miraglia discusses the 3 items every spouse should bring to their first mediation session. Preparing for your first divorce mediation session is important. Preparation helps ensure that the session runs smoothly and the parties accomplish as much as possible, potentially saving time and money in the long run. What 3 Things Should I Bring to my First Divorce Mediation Session?

Millennials and the Benefits of Mediating Prenuptial Agreements

Millennials should mediate prenuptial agreements to save money

South Shore Divorce Mediator Carmela Miraglia explores how millennial spouses can benefit by mediating their prenuptial agreements. A recent article in The New York Times discussed the rise of prenuptial agreements, especially in the millennial crowd. The article offered useful information and a host of tips for starting the prenup process, with one that stuck Millennials and the Benefits of Mediating Prenuptial Agreements

The Increased Role of Mediation Coaches in Shuttle Mediation

Mediation coaching in shuttle mediation

Cape Cod mediator and mediation coach, Carmela M. Miraglia, explores how shuttle mediation increases opportunities for mediation coaches. Shuttle mediation is a popular technique used by divorce mediators to help couples resolve their legal disputes amicably. While this technique can be especially useful in high conflict divorces, it is also aids mediations by reducing the The Increased Role of Mediation Coaches in Shuttle Mediation

Divorce Mediation for Small Business and Family Business Owners

Divorce mediation and litigation for small businesses

Massachusetts mediator Nicole K. Levy reviews how divorce mediation can protect small businesses and family businesses while generating fair outcomes for both spouses. Divorces can be messy enough on their own, but if you or your spouse own a family business, separating that business can pose a significant challenge. Many attorneys refer to cases involving small Divorce Mediation for Small Business and Family Business Owners

How Hiring a Mediation Coach Can Help You Mediate Your Divorce

Mediation coaches help spouses cope with the stressful divorce process

Mediation Coach and Divorce Mediator Carmela M. Miraglia discusses how hiring a mediation coach can help with the divorce mediation process. While mediating your divorce is usually less stressful than litigating it, the mediation participants can still face tension, stress and fears about the unknown. Having a mediation coach help you through the process can How Hiring a Mediation Coach Can Help You Mediate Your Divorce

What Is the Point of Alimony and Why Is It Such a Difficult Topic to Discuss?

Purpose of Often Contentious Alimony

Divorce Mediator Carmela M. Miraglia discusses the point of alimony and the difficulties and stigma surrounding it. Out of all of the issues you might face in a divorce, alimony is arguably the most contentious. Unfortunately, the conflict that normally surrounds alimony discussions is due, in large part, to the very nature of alimony itself. What Is the Point of Alimony and Why Is It Such a Difficult Topic to Discuss?