Divide your finances fairly, so you both will have the resources for a fresh start.
Communicate, so you get the most of what you want.
Find long term solutions to conflict.
Ask for what you want in a way the other can hear.
Turn complaints into requests.
Create communication agreements that work.
Make a plan for when communication goes sideways.
Gain skills that will help you for the rest of your life.
Train employees to communicate effectively so everyone can do the best job.
Transform differences into strengths for a diverse and dynamic workplace.
Create an effective and efficient organization where people work together as a team.
Look at short and long term goals, focusing on your best options.
Set realistic goals and create an action plan with built-in accountability.
Resolve conflict so everyone works together effectively.
“Linda Gryczan is skilled, empathetic and effective. A natural mediator, she easily handles conflict and disagreement, and assists people in understanding their needs and interests in order to resolve the problem. I encourage you to call her.”
The Collaboration Institute
Montana Mediation Association
“I believe your services as a family mediator are unsurpassed! Your methodology is so unique and thoughtful, it disarms so much of the hostility felt by people experiencing the painful process of ending their marriage.”
Roberta Cross Guns
Attorney, Helena, Montana
Divorce, Parenting Plans & Property Settlement
Mediate to Stay Married
Eldercare & Family Issues
Money & Neighborhood Disputes