Most people believe that financial disputes need to be resolved in court. While there are of course situations where a trial is the best approach, this is not always the case. Mediation may be (and often is) a better fit. Our law firm has been active and involved in developing the field of mediation in… [Read More]
INTRODUCTION: A TALE OF TWO WOLVES This article is built upon my 33 years of experience in divorce litigation, mediation, arbitration, and, most recently, collaborative law. Let me begin with a Native American parable. A Cherokee grandson came to his Grandfather with feelings of deep anger at a friend who had done him an injustice…. [Read More]
I filed my own divorce – and here’s why you should not. If you have found your way to this post, first and foremost, I feel your pain. Whether you have been left by your significant other or are the one leaving your marriage, there is a death of a love, of a dream, and… [Read More]
Read online version of Hanan M. Isaacs’s newly published article in the NJ Law Journal, 11/25/13, titled “New, From Willowbrook Mall“, regarding non-enforceability of unsigned settlement agreements that come out of mediated negotiations.