On this page you’ll find helpful information to guide you through the mediation and divorce process.
Simply click on the links to the right to find what you’re looking for.
Remarrying couples must decide whether to combine their finances or keep them separate.
Remote workers may now owe additional tax to the state where they work remotely.
Connecticut now allows divorcing couples to complete their divorces remotely, without going to court.
Emotional Contagion, first published in 1994 has new relevance, given the rise of social media.
Recent tax law changes have expanded the uses for 529 savings accounts.
Millennials divorce at a much lower rate than their Baby Boomer parents, according to a recent study.
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Here you will find a selection of articles, publications and newsletters written by Michael Becker or featuring his practice.
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Toward a Kinder Gentler Divorce: An Introduction to Mediation
Cutting Divorce Costs
Kids, Parents Can Make Best of Divorce
Helping Your Kids Through Your Divorce
What to Tell the Kids
Using Advisers In Mediation
Using Divorce Mediation
Golden Rules of Coparenting
The 5 Love Languages helps committed partners better understand, and love, each other.