The Mediator's Guide to Writing Memoranda of Understanding
The Mediator's Guide to Writing
Memoranda of Understanding
Writing Mediation Agreements can be one of the greatest challenges faced by new Mediators. A mediator may have incredibly successful sessions with divorcing spouses that result in 100% agreement between them on how they will parent their children and manage their post-divorce financial matters, but how does one put all of that in writing? The written agreement is, after all, what the world sees of your successful mediation after a case is completed.
Purchased by the vast majority of Divorce Mediation Certificate Program participants, the Mediator's Guide to Writing Memoranda of Understanding has proved an invaluable resource for our graduates. It provides an in-depth guide to writing the Memoranda of Understanding (MOU): the agreements prepared at the end of each divorce mediation by the mediator and presented by separating spouses to their family court.
The text is broken into categories that mirror the issues covered during the course of the Divorce Mediation Training Certificate Program, including all of the issues that must be addressed by divorcing spouses in order to successfully achieve an uncontested (non-litigated) divorce. The guide provides language and templates that may be used time and again in writing these important client documents.
The first five, paid-in-full registrants in every Divorce Mediation Certificate Program receive the Mediator's Guide to Writing Memoranda of Understanding for free - a $62 value! Once you have selected the program session you will attend, be sure to register as soon as possible in order to take advantage of the opportunity to receive this valuable resource at no cost.