Because peace for children is success for parents.
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For many children caught in conflict, their rescue starts with the peace modeled by wise grandparents, stepparents, and other well-wishers.
"If parents will agree on one thing, they will agree on everything—if that one thing is, ‘What do we want our children to look like when they are 25?’"
— Patrick K. Brown, attorney and mediator
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Come see some revolutionary ideas on how separated and divorced parents can save their money, their chance to make their own decisions, and their peace of mind — by acting first to meet their children’s need for peace in their family.
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father, Nashville, Tennessee
father, Riverside, California
father, Altanta, Georgia
mother, Nashville, Tennessee
father, Temecula, California
mother, Indianapolis, Indiana
mother, Santa Ana, California
father, Valparaiso, Indiana
father, Easthampton, Massachusetts
mother, Blairsville, Georgia
American Bar Association "Attorney as Problem-Solver Award"
Association of Family and Conciliation Courts "Irwin Cantor Innovative Program Award"
"Children's Champion Award" of the Academy of Professional Family Mediators (APFM)
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