New Hampshire and Vermont Mediation and Organizational Change Blog

Children’s Bill of Rights in Divorce

Below is an excerpt from Dr. Robert Emery’s website (//emeryondivorce.com/childrens_bill_of_rights_in_divorce.php) regarding a “Children’s Bill of Rights in Divorce”  It is a powerful reminder about keeping children’s rights in mind during difficult family transitions and decisions. The Children’s Bill of Rights
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What to Expect at a Hess Gehris Mediation

A mediation session is an opportunity for all sides to a dispute to work together to see if the case can be resolved.  Sometimes people come to a mediation before litigation has been started and sometimes a lawsuit has already
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Hess Gehris Transitions

Earlier this summer, the team at Hess Gehris Solutions celebrated our partner, Carol Hess, and the incredible contributions she has made to conflict resolution in New Hampshire and Vermont and beyond.  Carol’s keen insight, endless curiosity, and effervescent personality are
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Carol’s Corner: Checking Assumptions

This article in the New York Times is a great reminder about the importance of checking assumptions about the intent of other people’s actions.  Often when we assume the innocent explanation regarding the actions of others, we allow ourselves the
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Maximizing Your Mediation Session

How to Get the Most from Your Mediation Session One of the most common things I hear when I am mediating a case is “Carol do your magic”.  I like to think of myself as having special powers, but the truth
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