Divorce & Mediation Resources
On this page you’ll find helpful information to guide you through the mediation and divorce process.
Simply click on the links to find what you’re looking for.
Joint Finances = Happier Couples?
Joining finances creates a feeling of greater financial security for couples.
Trending Now: Who Gets the Dog
New York and other states have recently enacted laws requiring courts to consider a pet's best interests in divorces.
New Divorce Court Procedures
Connecticut is changing divorce court procedures to try to move cases faster.
Backdoor to Roth IRAs
Congress is considering limiting high earners ability to convert monies to Roth IRAs and Roth 401(k)s.
Family Finances — Involve Teens?
Financial advisors disagree about involving teens and young adults in family financial decisions.
Winter/Spring 2023 Newsletter
- Trending Now: Who Gets the Dog
- Joint Finances = Happier Couples?
- Going Up: 401(k) Limits
- The LOVE Prescription -- A Review
Winter 2022 Newsletter
- New Divorce Court Procedures
- Family Finances -- Involve Teens?
- Backdoor to Roth IRAs
- Keep Moving: Notes on Loss, Creativity and Change -- A Review
Summer Fall 2020 Newsletter
- Connecticut Now Allows Remote Divorce
- Remarriage: Combine Finances or Not?
- Remote Workers May Get Tax Surprise
- The 5 Love Languages -- A Review
Following are artcles and publications about divorce and mediation that I hope you'll find useful.
Click on each title to download a PDF of the article.
The LOVE Prescription — A Review
In The LOVE Prescription John and Julie Schwartz Gottman offer a seven-day step-by-step manual to help those looking to improve their relationship.
Keep Moving: Notes on Loss, Creativity and Change — A Review
In Keep Moving, Maggie Smith collects inspirational quotes and short essays to help people going through difficult times.
The 5 Love Languages — A Review
The 5 Love Languages helps committed partners better understand, and love, each other.