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Links to Divorce with Dignity Mediation Services Referral Resources on the Internet

Association for Conflict Resolution (ACR)

 

Clinton Guild

 

Divorce Headquarters

 

DivorceInfo

 

DivorceSource

 

Freelancers' Union

 

Mediate.Com

 

MediationNow

 

MerchantCircle

 

New Jersey Affiliation of Family Courts (AFCC)

 

New Jersey Association of Professional Mediator (NJAPM)

 

OurFamilyWizard

 

New Jersey Judiciary Mentor List

 

If a link is broken, or if you have a related service and would like to exchange links, please email us

 

 


 

 

 

Links & Resources

 

Books on Divorce, Mediation and Finance for Adults

 

Cooperative Parenting and Divorce, "Shielding Your Child From Conflict" - A Parent's Guide to Effective Co-Parenting by Susan Blyth Boyan & Ann Marie Termini

 

Crazy Time: Surviving Divorce and Building a New Life by Abigail Trafford

 

The Fundamentals of Family Mediation by John M. Haynes

 

Prince Charming Isn't Coming: How Women Get Smart About Money by Barbara Stanny (Note, also appropriate for men!)

 

Reconcilable Differences:  A Consumer's Guide to Divorce Mediation by William H. Donahue, Jr.

 

Taking the Conflict Out of Child Custody - Seven Quick Awareness Exercises Plus Seven Critical Skills to Keep Children Out of the Middle by Chet Muklewicz

 

Books on Separation/Divorce for Children

 

Dinosaurs Divorce by Marc Brown and Laurie Krasny Brown

 

It's Not Your Fault Koko Bear by Vicki Lansky 

 

Mom's House, Dad's House for Kids: Feeling at Home in One Home or Two by Isolina Ricci

 

Career Planning

 

Accredited Online Colleges and University Programs

 

CB Bowman, Career Planning & Executive Leadership (Plainfield, NJ)

 

Leslie Praeger, Career Counseling & Planning (New York, NY)

 

Norwescap Career & Life Transitions Center for Women (Hunterdon and Warren Counties, NJ)

 

Divorce/Separation Support Services

 

GayLawNet

 

Parents without Partners


Rainbows (guiding children ages 4-18 through grief)

 

Straight Spouse Network

 

Information About Choosing a Mediator

 

Choosing a Divorce Mediator by Julie Denny

 

Information About Divorce

 

DivorceHeadquarters

 

DivorceSource

 

Family Law from NexisLexis

 

Legal Services' Book A Self-Help Guide to Divorce in New Jersey

 

Mediation Organizations

 

Association for Conflict Resolution

 

New Jersey Association of Professional Mediators

 

Information About Matrimonial Attorneys

 

Choosing a Matrimonial Attorney - A Mediator's Perspective by Anju D. Jessani

 

How to Handle an Adversarial Divorce Attorney by Cathy Meyer

 

Movies About Divorce

 

Kramer vs. Kramer (1979): A just divorced man must learn to care for his son on his own when his ex leaves town, and then fights in court to keep custody of him when she returns.

 

Mrs. Doubtfire (1993): After a bitter divorce, a non-custodial father disguises himself as a female housekeeper to spend secret time with his children at his ex's house.

 

The Parent Trap (1961): Twins who, unknown to their divorced parents, meet at a summer camp, then contrive to reunite their parents.

 

The Squid and the Whale (2005): Two boys deal with their self-involved parents' divorce that leaves their lives in turmoil, as they deal with the own coming of age.

 

The War of the Roses (1989): A married couple try everything to get each other to leave the house in a vicious divorce battle to the death.

 

New Jersey Judiciary

 

New Jersey Child Support Guidelines

 

New Jersey Judiciary 

 

Program for Mediation of Civil Cases

 

Program for Mediation of Economic Aspects of Family Law Cases

 

Opinions of the New Jersey Courts

 

"Parenting Time: A Child's Right" Brochure

 

Other Government/Legal

 

Internal Revenue Service

 

New Jersey Taxation 

 

Office of Legislative Services

 

Social Security Administration

 

Parenting Time/Scheduling Tools

 

The OurFamilyWizard®: Parenting Time, Visitation Schedules, Activities, Expenses, Messaging, Journals and More

 

Reciprocal Links with Other Mediators

 

Carl Cangelosi, JD, APM/New Jersey Mediation Group

 

George and Beverly Hays/Hays Mediation Group

 

Supervised Parenting/Neutral Exchange

 

Safe Harbor Child Access Centers 

 

Weekend Workshops - Can Your Relationship Be Saved?

 

Imago Couples Workshops in NJ, MA & WA with Betsy & Bruce Bergquist 

 

Videos about Divorce and Mediation

 

Divorce with Dignity Mediation Services: Anju D. Jessani Discusses the Importance and Benefits of Mediation (48 seconds)

 

New Jersey Association of Mediators Video on Divorce and Mediation: Anju D. Jessani is the mediator in Vignette 4 - a demonstration of a mediation session dealing with parenting, equitable distribution, child support and alimony issues (four minutes)

Find an Advanced Practitioner Mediator Nationally

 

Association for Conflict Resolution (ACR) is a national organization, located in Washington DC, and is dedicated to enhancing the practice and public understanding of conflict resolution.  The association maintains a list of mediators who have met their training and experience requirements.  Find an Advanced Practitioner Mediator at www.acrnet.org or call (202) 464-9700

 

 
Find an Accredited Professional Mediator in New Jersey

 

New Jersey Association of Professional Mediators (NJAPM)is New Jersey's largest mediation organization, and the only New Jersey mediation organization with a structured accreditation process.  The association maintains a list of mediators who have met their training and experience requirements.  Find an Accredited Professional Mediator (APM®) at www.njapm.org or call (800) 981-4800.

 

 
Find a Family/Divorce Practitioner in New Jersey

 

Association of Family and Conciliation Courts (AFCC) is both an international and interdisciplinary professional association dedicated to the constructive resolution of family disputes. This includes lawyers, mediators, psychologists, child custody evaluators, social workers, parenting coordinators, and others professionals, researchers, and academics. Find a family law practitioner at
www.AFCC-NJ.org