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Divorce Mediation / Separation Negotiator in Chiang Mai


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( Asking for a fiend!)

 

Expat couple divorcing in Chiang Mai with kids - They need a professional mediator or negotiator to help them settle their affairs outside of the legal system

 

A couple of names have been recommended to them already but these mediators are no longer working here.

If you have any names suggestions, greatly appreciated.

 

Thank you

SM

 

 

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The Wall is my error, just googled and it is The Well, a Counseling service, Christian but not heavy if client is not.  Been 6 years or so since I got info when they did help a friend through some issues.  English speaking, probably free, make a contribution.  They have qualified experienced people.

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For crying out lowd.

Which, this is, a cry for help. Sorry for that but two adults should be able to sort things out themselves.\

 

If my Thai wife ever wanted to divorce me, no problem and I have a fella with a tractor on standby most of the year round. Her uncle on her fathers side. Good man. He only wants salvage rights.

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On 1/17/2021 at 3:27 PM, sherwood said:

For crying out lowd.

Which, this is, a cry for help. Sorry for that but two adults should be able to sort things out themselves.\

 

If my Thai wife ever wanted to divorce me, no problem and I have a fella with a tractor on standby most of the year round. Her uncle on her fathers side. Good man. He only wants salvage rights.

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They could also be two sensible people whose lives are entangled in complex ways ... children of their own, children from previous marriages, mutual property/investment, etc. ... and, who are smart enough to seek guidance to minimize the so often traumatic effects of divorce on themselves, and others.

 

I wish them the best in clarifying/resolving their issues,

 

~o:37;

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44 minutes ago, orang37 said:

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They could also be two sensible people whose lives are entangled in complex ways ... children of their own, children from previous marriages, mutual property/investment, etc. ... and, who are smart enough to seek guidance to minimize the so often traumatic effects of divorce on themselves, and others.

 

I wish them the best in clarifying/resolving their issues,

 

~o:37;

That's a sensible and civil reply to a snarky, know-it-all post common to topics like this.

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  • 2 weeks later...

Many, many years ago, I did my own divorce in California using a book from Nolo  books. There are a lot of items to think about and preparation of a marital settlement agreement was key.

 

So I am suggesting they get Nolo's Essential Guide to Divorce to help them.

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