A helpful diagram explaining the different types of domestic violence – all are dangerous. Spectrum of Domestic Violence/Abuse: Adapted from/Source: Kelly, J. and M. Johnson, Differentiation Among Types of Intimate Partner Violence…, FAMILY COURT REVIEW, Vol. 46 No. 3... Read Full Article →
I recently read an interesting article about a potential pitfall of group mediation. The article was written by Jeffrey Krivis and published on Mediate.com in August 2012. A link to the full article is provided below. The title, Why Litigators Become Less Intelligent... Read Full Article →
Preparation is arguably to factor which determines success or failure. Mediation is so much more than fulfilling a court requirement; if successful, mediation can save thousands of dollars and the agreements reached can impact you and your family for years to come –... Read Full Article →
The following is a comment I shared about an article addressing Sen. Dan Hall’s proposed legislation to require the completion of divorce education prior to being allowed to file for divorce. Divorce and separate parenting classes are a must for divorcing... Read Full Article →
I recently created a video for my website and this is the script of my message… I’m Amber Serwat and I am a divorce and parenting specialist. I am also a divorced parent and step-parent. I’d love to tell you that my divorce was the model of cooperation –... Read Full Article →
I respected and wise mentor and coach I am privileged to know recently modified a poem called A Hero’s Creed By Carl Morris… The works speak to me personally and professionally. Sometimes “taking the high-road” seems impossible and maintaining that... Read Full Article →
The safety of clients, ourselves, and colleagues is our top priority while we remain available to assist you as you navigate the new and uncharted territory caused by the coronavirus pandemic.
Offering All Services Virtually
While providing virtual ADR services was not part of our plan, we have made the necessary accommodations to ensure we can continue to serve our clients during these unsettling times. All services are currently available through virtually. We are using Zoom for videoconferencing. We suggest that you download this app to your phone or the program to your computer at https://zoom.us/download.
Limited In-Person Services
We have resumed limited in-person services for sessions with 1 or 2 participants scheduled for a maximum of 2 hours. Masks are required in our building and in session. Availability is subject to change based on local regulations and CDC guidelines.
Our office hours remain the same and we remain available by phone and email. The main office number is 952.252.1492. Gayle can be reached via email at firstname.lastname@example.org.
New Clients Welcome
We offer free 1-hour divorce consultations via Zoom. Potential PC and PTE clients are invited to schedule a free 15-minute phone call. Please call 952.252.1492 to set up an appointment. We are here to help!
Thank you for your patience and understanding as we all continue to adapt to these rapidly changing and chaotic times. Stay strong, stay resilient, and stay healthy!