A news website has an opinion piece written by a lawyer who is a divorce mediator. The lawyer tells a story about meeting a psychologist who advises his patients whether their divorce lawyers are doing enough for their case. The lawyer is opposed to this type of action, which assumes that each party in a divorce should be adversarial. He feels that lawyers and psychologists should focus more on trying to get each side to communicate and be less hostile. He feels this is better for the divorced person’s well being.