Mediation & Divorce in PA: When Progress of Mediation Gets Stalled

Posted by Cris Pastore, Main Line Family Law Center



There are times that the mediation process can be frustrated for various reasons such as the emotional readiness of spouses, financial pitfalls, unreasonable expectations of either or both spouses, cold feet or posturing over the children.

The following article written by Andy Flink, an attorney-mediator and author for the Post Divorce Chronicles, is an excellent guide in raising awareness of some of the more typical issues that can arise that stall or impede the progress of mediation, even when both spouses enter into it with the best of intentions. If couples are more aware of some of these issues that are discussed in the article, they will be better able to anticipate them up front thus significantly increasing their chances of success in their mediation.

The article can be found at the following link:

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