Tools from a Mediator’s tool-box; Reflections on Matrimonial Property DisputesDRC Resources
Date of this Version5-31-2005
Document TypeMiscellaneous Material
AbstractThis article comments upon eight practices used in matrimonial property mediations or negotiation conferences. These are: (1) Requiring written ranges of outcomes to be specified before a meeting occurs; (2) Systematically enlisting the aid of lawyers and valuers by a series of diagnostic questions; (3) Distinguishing primary and secondary causes of conflict; (4) The one day model of mediation meeting; (5) Using a visual aid to identify the possible benefits of early or late settlements; (6) Standardising issues on a whiteboard; (7) The use of conditional linked bargaining; (8) The common scenario of parties stonewalling at alternative ends of the range.
Citation InformationJohn Wade. "Tools from a Mediator’s tool-box; Reflections on Matrimonial Property Disputes" (2005)
Available at: http://works.bepress.com/john_wade/6/