Tips for Successful Mediation

William AlexanderDivorce, Mediation

Mediation is the single best opportunity to resolve the case—everyone is present for one singular purpose: to settle. But achieving that goal does not begin the morning of mediation, it begins in the days, weeks or months leading to that point. As Ben Franklin once stated, “by failing to prepare you are preparing to fail.” Thus, naturally, the key to … Read More

Top Five Reasons We Love Mediation

Richardson, Bloom, & LinesDivorce, Mediation

Richardson, Bloom, & Lines | Atlanta, GA Mediation Lawyers

Each of the partners at Richardson Bloom & Lines LLC enjoys taking a break from our busy litigation practices to help people resolve their cases in mediation. Melody, Dan, and Kyla have helped countless couples and their counsel reach agreements by acting as the mediator. Here are the top five reasons we love to mediate: By acting as neutrals, we … Read More

Self-Executing Changes in a Settlement Agreement: Eight Things Everyone Should Know

Richardson, Bloom, & LinesDivorce, Mediation

Atlanta Mediation Lawyers | Richardson, Bloom, & Lines

Twelve years after the Supreme Court of Georgia first held that self-executing change of custody provisions were not permissible, many questions still exist as to what is and is not permissible when it comes to changes in parenting plans that do not require court intervention. When are they permitted and when are they invalid? When can the parents agree to … Read More