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        A Place to Learn

        Mediator in Training


        Separation Agreement 

        Living Apart Agmt

        Post Divorce Mod. 

        Prenuptial Agreement

        Postnuptial Agreement 

     Starting the Process

  Divorce Mediation 


        Long Breaks Between 


        Documents Required 

​        Retainer Agreement 

        Mediation Agreement


     Mental Preparation


        Realistic Expectations 

        Profound Sadness 

        Words of Wisdom 

  Divorce Process 

     Normal Divorce 

     Extended Separation 

     ED Chart 

     Family Law Software


     Free Consultation 

     Financial Benefits 

     Veteran Discounts 

     Low Income Rate

     Forms of Payment 

​  Contact 


        Marital Residence 

        Role of Lawyers 

        What to Look for


Christine Hickey, Esq.   120 East Washington Street, Suite 711, Syracuse, New York 13202   (315) 422-9756

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Central New York Divorce Mediator 
120 East Washington Street, Suite 711
Syracuse, New York 13202
(315) 422-9756 Phone (315) 479-5651 Fax
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Divorce Modifications through Mediation 

Sometimes Agreements that were reached at the time of your divorce need to be modified.  This tends to happen when unanticipated circumstances arise after the divorce and your Agreement or divorce decree does not adequately address those changes of circumstances.  
At other times, Agreements that were made at the time of divorce provide that a matter is not “ripe” or ready to be addressed and will be addressed when the circumstances (that are anticipated) need to be addressed.   
Your choices are to discuss and make decisions yourselves, file a petition in court and seek a modification or decision from the judge, or go to mediation for assistance from a mediator to negotiate a change and/or draft an Agreement that may then be submitted to court.
Common examples of post-divorce mediations involve: a child is ready to attend college and parents need to discuss how college expenses will be paid; a parent/former spouse who is paying support loses employment or has had a substantial reduction of income; a child begins to express strong wishes to change the parenting plan and the parents wish to resolve that issue and the associated issues regarding child support.