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Rangers Havent Made Trade Calls For Catcher - RealGM Wiretap
Robinson Chinos has been placed on the disabled list Lukasz Piszczek Jersey , but Jon Daniels says the Texas Rangers haven't made any calls to acquire a catcher.


"No, nobody has really ... the guys we've heard from the most are the agents who have either free agent catching guys that got released out of camp, or maybe they have a catcher at Triple-A with somebody where maybe they've got an out or want us to trade for them," Daniels said when asked if the Rangers have engaged in trade talks.


"Teams really haven't called. You really don't get a lot of the ambulance chasing stuff - maybe once in a while, teams that have the impact catching, we've talked to. Over the winter we talked to them in and again in spring training. We didn't line up from what they're looking for, and what we were willing to give up for them."

Divorce Mediation In 2014 By Stephanie Maloney, Certified Divorce Financial Analyst When mediation first started, most mediators worked on their own. And a talented mediator can certainly help couples reach a settlement, but as the years went on I found myself suggesting that we add an attorney or a therapist to our mediation sessions to better facilitate the discussions and to bring their expertise into the room.


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When mediation first started, most mediators worked on their own. And a talented mediator can certainly help couples reach a settlement, but as the years went on I found myself suggesting that we add an attorney or a therapist to our mediation sessions to better facilitate the discussions and to bring their expertise into the room.


Adding professionals added to the initial cost of the divorce mediation, but I quickly found that co-mediating with different kinds of professionals actually lowered the overall cost of the divorce for the clients and it also made the mediations go more smoothly.


After all, I聮m a financial neutral, not a child psychologist. So while I think I did a good job with negotiating parenting plans on my own, a therapist-mediator who specialized in understanding how children handle divorce and how parents can help their children cope with the divorce could bring a lot more to the discussion than I could.


Similarly, while a therapist might do a terrific job negotiating a parenting plan, he or she might not be able to explain the difference between an IRA and a 401 (k).


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Because there are 2 or more mediators in our full team model, one mediator can go with each person, which helps allay anxieties about the process and which also helps the mediators gain additional insights which the parties may not have wanted to share in front of their spouse.


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