Mediation is a way for people to make practical, fair, informed decisions in a divorce, adult family, family feud, elder care, or other family dispute with the help of a trained impartial professional. It is an alternative to negotiation through lawyers and to litigation in court to resolve disputed issues. The mediator helps ensure a fair process based on shared participation and full disclosure.
Honey Hastings is a family law attorney who has been in private law practice since 1982. Ms. Hastings has trained both as a divorce mediator and as an adult family (elder problems) mediator. She has been a mediator since 1995 and is New Hampshire Certified Family Mediator #75. Her memberships include the NH Bar Association's Family and Elder Law sections, the New Hampshire Conflict Resolution Association, and Association for Conflict Resolution (ACR). In ACR, she is one of 4 New Hampshire mediators designated as an Advanced Practitioner Member.
For more information, contact Family Mediation of New Hampshire at 603.654.5000.
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Temple, NH 03084
Tel: 603 654-5000