I wrote the article to help people see that divorce doesn’t mean you have to become emotionally and financially exhausted – that there are other, better options.
Chicago, IL (PRWEB) December 11, 2014
Brian James, renowned alternative dispute resolution (ADR) professional and popular speaker and presenter in the field, recently announced his new membership in leading national ADR portal Mediation.com. He celebrated his new affiliation by publishing the widely-shared blog article, “The Non-Attorney Divorce Mediator” on his website (read it here: http://www.celandassociates.com/the-non-attorney-divorce-mediator-what-benefits-do-they-bring-to-a-divorce-written-by-brian-james/).
“I spent ten years working with the criminal justice system, helping victims of domestic violence as well as families experiencing divorce to resolve their conflicts without litigation,” said James. “My goal in joining Mediation.com is to widen my reach so I can help more people struggling with conflicts and the expense and time that litigation requires. I wrote the article to help people see that divorce doesn’t mean you have to become emotionally and financially exhausted – that there are other, better options.”
Brian founded C.E.L. and Associates in late 2005 and continue to assist people with all categories of personal conflict, including prenuptial agreements, divorce agreements and settlements, employee/employer mediation, tenant and landlord conflicts, and neighborhood disputes.
Brian graduated from Northern Illinois University with a degree in Sociology. He went on to receive ADR training at the prestigious Northwestern University. He is a member of the Association for Conflict Resolution, the Wisconsin Association of Mediators, the Children’s Rights Council of Illinois, and the National Parents Leadership Counsel Network.
His recent article, “The Non-Attorney Divorce Mediator,” has received wide praise as a balanced resource for any family facing a divorce, containing plenty of information about the pros and cons of attorneys, the alternatives of ADR, and the advantages of each.