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Family Mediation: Managing Conflict, Resolving Disputes
Family Mediation: Managing Conflict, Resolving Disputes Robert Coulson 0787903124 9780787903121 The former president of the American Arbitration Association, Robert Coulson, an internationally-recognized expert in dispute resoluti
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Family Mediation: Managing Conflict, Resolving Disputes by Robert Coulson

The former president of the American Arbitration Association, Robert Coulson, an internationally-recognized expert in dispute resolution has updated his classic book Fighting Fair. In this thoroughly revised edition, Coulson reveals how the family mediation process works from the first step of persuading parties to mediate through nailing down a settlement. And this nuts-and-bolts guide offers a blueprint for developing the skills needed to master this often complex and emotionally charged process.Written in a lively and entertaining style, Couldson details what training, marketing, and experience are needed to compete successfully in this rapidly growing field. In addition, the book provides current information on the many legal issues that concern family mediation including marriage and divorce, child support, alimony, custody, visitation, and more.

Author: Robert Coulson

Language: English

Edition: 2

Binding: Hardcover

Pages: 192

Publisher: Jossey-Bass

Publication Date: 1996-09-27

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ISBN: 0787903124


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