The COVID-19 developments are, of course, affecting DivorceHotel's global operations. We are following all recently released COVID-19 guidelines and are taking every precaution to protect our community!
Whilst we are not able to use our hotel locations for the time being, we are still able to help you to split up in an amicable way via our established online DivorceHotel divorce solution.
We are here to assist you, please get in touch with us as usual via phone, send us an email or send your question directly via our website. On behalf of DivorceHotel International I wish everybody luck, stay strong and healthy and I hope we meet soon in person and in good health!
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A DivorceHotel Mediator shall at all times behave in a manner so as not to violate the trust in DivorceHotel.
A DivorceHotel Mediator shall comply with the laws and regulations of the country where within the Mediator operates.
A DivorceHotel Mediator must be registered with a professional organization in his home country. In the event that this professional organization applies a code of conduct, the mediator shall comply with this code of conduct.
A DivorceHotel Mediator shall comply with the 10 basic principles of DivorceHotel.
Before the start of mediation, a DivorceHotel Mediator shall conclude a written mediation agreement, specifying all the arrangements made (including a fixed price agreement). This mediation agreement shall always state at which professional organization the mediator is registered and also whether a code of conduct applies to him. These, and any other rules of conduct shall at all times be included with the mediation agreement as an attachment.
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