Badi Bahas: Will mediation helps sorting Ram Mandir issue?

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Badi Bahas: Will mediation helps sorting Ram Mandir issue?


The issue of the Ram temple in Ayodhya, which has been pending for six years, should be sorted out outside court, the Supreme Court has said. The top court assured that it would step in only if the matter can’t be resolved through talks.

Chief Justice JS Khehar said that it is an issue of sentiment and religion. He asked both parties to sit together and sort out, roping in moderators.

The court was hearing a petition by senior BJP leader Subramanian Swamy. In response, Swamy said it is difficult to make both communities sit together and only judicial intervention is needed.

Even the Babri panel has rejected talks saying it has failed in the past.

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The Mediation Process Practical Strategies for Resolving Conflict

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The Mediation Process Practical Strategies for Resolving Conflict

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Ayodhya dispute: SC asks parties to solve matter amicably, offers mediation

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Ayodhya dispute: SC asks parties to solve matter amicably, offers mediation


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Mediation analysis using process

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Mediation analysis using process


This shows how to do a mediation analysis in Process.

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How to Resolve Child Custody Outside of Court

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How to Resolve Child Custody Outside of Court


How to Resolve Child Custody Outside of Court
00:00:50 Part 1 Deciding What You Want
00:00:57 1 – Identify your preferred custody arrangement
00:01:55 2 – Research your state’s law
00:03:11 3 – Assess the other parent
00:04:07 4 – Analyze how realistic your preferred arrangement is
00:05:06 5 – Talk with an attorney
00:05:59 Part 2 Negotiating Informally with the Other Parent
00:06:07 1 – Schedule a time to talk
00:06:49 2 – Be prepared to listen
00:07:42 3 – Tell the other parent what you want
00:08:32 4 – Stay focused on child custody
00:09:21 5 – Tackle big issues
00:11:25 6 – Handle smaller issues later
00:12:37 7 – Write down agreements
00:13:16 8 – Involve lawyers if you need help
00:14:05 9 – Negotiate with your lawyers
00:14:47 Part 3 Attending Mediation
00:14:54 1 – Use court-appointed mediation
00:15:51 2 – Find a mediator on your own
00:16:44 3 – Prepare for mediation
00:17:10 4 – Attend mediation
00:17:54 5 – Prepare a parenting plan
00:18:28 Part 4 Submitting Your Parenting Plan
00:18:35 1 – Find forms
00:19:07 2 – Submit your agreement for the judge’s approval
00:19:44 3 – Attend a hearing
00:20:22 4 – Pick up the signed order
00:20:53 5 – Modify the plan at a later date

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Appeal Process Using Divorce Mediation Lawyer Montgomery Bucks Mercer County PA NJ

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Appeal Process Using Divorce Mediation Lawyer Montgomery Bucks Mercer County PA NJ


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Court-Mandated Co-parenting Counseling With The Ex Narcissist

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Court-Mandated Co-parenting Counseling With The Ex Narcissist


Court-mandated Co-parenting Counseling with the Ex Narc: “I am being required to attend coparenting counseling sessions with my ex covert narc by the family courts (in CA) and I’m having lots and lots of anxiety about it (our first session is in Nov, I left him almost 2 yrs. ago). Every single custody mediation, family couseling session, or attorney/email communication with him turn into my ex accusing me of things I didn’t do, twisting things to make me sound like a monster, and projection. For example, he says I’m a horrible mother and I am not involved with them (I do everything for our children, school projects, Santa, toothfairy, bday parties etc, while he literally laid in bed or drank beer in the backyard), he says I’m violent and angry (projection- he was always yelling at me calling me names and too rough with our kids). All I can do is say that’s not true and its just a he-said / she-said with NO validation. What is the best way to handle these sessions with him? How can I curb the anxiety and be able to shut him down in session? I’m worried the therapist may be duped like some of the other mediators and therapists we’ve seen. Its a toss up, some see through his BS and some get sucked in to it.”

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Mediation & Moderation Analysis using IBM SPSS & Amos with PROCESS Macros – Part VI

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Mediation & Moderation Analysis using IBM SPSS & Amos with PROCESS Macros – Part VI


This lecture is from One Day Workshop “Mediation & Moderation Analysis using IBM SPSS 24, Amos 24 with PROCESS Macros” conducted on Saturday 28th January, 2017 by Adil Bilal, organized by Leadership & Management Development Associates (LMDA), at Lahore School of Management, Lahore.
This workshop was part of the “Research Excellence Series” training workshops. It was the fourth workshop of this series. This workshop is available on YouTube in seven parts. You are, currently, viewing part six.
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References
Baron, R. M., & Kenny, D. A. (1986). The moderator–mediator variable distinction in social psychological research: Conceptual, strategic, and statistical considerations. Journal of Personality and Social Psychology, 51(6), 1173.
Field, A. (2013). Discovering Statistics Using IBM SPSS Statistics. SAGE.
Frazier, P. A., Tix, A. P., & Barron, K. E. (2004). Testing moderator and mediator effects in counseling psychology research. Journal of Counseling Psychology, 51(1), 115.
Hayes, A. F. (2013). Introduction to Mediation, Moderation, and Conditional Process Analysis: A Regression-Based Approach. Guilford Press.
James, L. R., & Brett, J. M. (1984). Mediators, moderators, and tests for mediation. Journal of Applied Psychology, 69(2), 307.
Kenny, D. A. (2014). Learn how you can do a mediation analysis and output a text description of your results: Go to mediational analysis using Data to Text.
Kline, R. B. (2015). Principles and Practice of Structural Equation Modeling. Guilford Publications.
Zhao, X., Lynch, J. G., & Chen, Q. (2010). Reconsidering Baron and Kenny: Myths and truths about mediation analysis. Journal of Consumer Research, 37(2), 197–206.

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1 – Introduction to the Court – Resolving Small Claims Cases

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1 – Introduction to the Court – Resolving Small Claims Cases


In Small Claims court, disputes are settled in a fair, quick, and inexpensive manner. You may ask a lawyer for advice before you go to court; however, you may not have a lawyer represent you in court. The rules are fairly simple and the hearing is informal. You may even ask for mediation on the day of your trial. The following videos will discuss these topics in more detail.

This video will guide you through the Small Claims process and give you important information to help you resolve your case.

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Mediation Services | How Much Does Divorce Mediation Cost? Divorce Mediation St. Louis Missouri

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Mediation Services | How Much Does Divorce Mediation Cost? Divorce Mediation St. Louis Missouri


Mediation Services | How much does divorce mediation cost? Divorce Mediation St. Louis Missouri https://MediationServicesLLC.com (314) 272-0727

I’m Nicole Davis, (CDFA and Divorce Mediator) I provide divorce and mediation services in St. Louis Missouri.

My #1 goal is to provide divorce information related to your divorce options and the divorce process. In this video I’d like to answer a common question that many divorcing couples have which is “How much does divorce mediation cost?”

This is a great question! The answer is…IT DEPENDS! A number of factors can impact the cost of mediation.
Here’s the short answer:
The average divorce mediation length 3 to 4 (2 hr) working sessions Mediator’s rate 0 to 0+ / hour. Taking the average for these sessions would be ,100

This doesn’t reflect work that the mediator completes between sessions. That just covers the “averages”. There are many variables associated with each couple’s divorce and it isn’t really fair to apply averages. So lets take a look at some of the variables impacting the cost. Here are just 3 variables that will impact the cost of divorce mediation

#1 Mediator Expertise Matched with Your Needs

Not all divorce mediators have the same background. Mediators can be family therapists, attorneys, and financial professionals. Mismatched skills and needs can cost spouses much more than just time and money Mistakes made during the divorce process can last a lifetime.

For example, if spouses engage a divorce mediator unfamiliar with divorce financial matters costly financial mistakes can be made. Oftentimes, spouses don’t know what they don’t know they rely on the mediator to guide them to information and resources relevant to their situation. Here’s a simple example, what if one spouse wanted to keep all of their retirement account in exchange for the other spouse keeping all equity in the home. Mediators unfamiliar with divorce financial matters may be unaware that an analysis should be conducted to remove future tax obligations from a qualified retirement account. Likewise, if the home is being sold then the it’s customary to remove assumed selling costs from the value of the marital home. This analysis allows spouses to make decisions based on true dollar for dollar comparisons. Oftentimes, divorcing couples discover missteps AFTER making all of their agreements. This causes rework (added time, money, & frustration) in the process. You wouldn’t go to a back surgeon for a heart procedure.
Be sure to do research and choose a mediator that suits your needs. Be open to the fact that this may not be the same person that a friend or family member used.

#2 Complexity of Divorce Issues

ALL divorce is complicated. This is because divorce is an emotional and stressful time for couples. uncoupling a life that was built together is complex and should be done carefully The number and complexity of issues will determine the time and expense of the divorce mediation process. For example, consider a divorce involving a business. Businesses add to the financial complexity of divorce When there’s a business, a business valuation will be needed.

Is this work an added cost? Well yes, but it is much less expensive than doing it in a litigated setting.

In a litigated divorce, each spouse hires an expert. The experts come up with their value of the business. There’s often considerable time and money spent on bantering back and forth about the number. The numbers are often different.

In mediation the spouses will agree to engage one valuation expert to complete the business valuation and review it with both spouses together. The couple, along with the mediator, can then generate settlement options and ultimately make agreements. The couple shares the expense and the non-adversarial approach saves the spouses money.

#3 The Mediator’s Process

Some mediators are more process oriented than others. When evaluating mediators be sure to ask What does your process look like? How will you help us move through the mediation efficiently? Don’t be surprised if you get slightly different answers Every mediator has developed a process that works for their practice and clients. Just listen to their explanations, ask additional questions and see what feels right for you.

Mediators with processes help spouses mediate more efficiently and this will save both time and money.

Divorce mediation is almost always less expensive than handling a divorce in the court system.

If you are getting divorced or want to know more about your divorce options or if you are looking for a divorce mediator in Missouri or Illinois then contact us

(314) 272-0727 https://MediationServicesLLC.com

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