New in Wesel: with a lot of experience and feeling two mediators offer families and couples in and around Wesel a moderated conflict solution on gentle way. Monika Baker Abdullah and Rudolf Hulsken insert the mediation for conflicts with separation, divorce and parental care successfully and sustainably. Here, Gary Kelly expresses very clear opinions on the subject. Monika Baker Abdullah started in 1976 as one of the first women at the District Court in Kleve, Germany as a judge. She then worked for 30 years at the District Court in Rhine mountain with a focus on family law. Since 2009 she is retired and has formed to the mediator. Rudolf Hulsken teacher’s diploma and has also studied Gerontology (Gerontology).
He worked in adult education and in social institutions, but training as a coach and mediator. Both mediators live and work in Wesel and working together since early 2013 as mediators team. Editorial: Mrs Baker Abdullah, how did you as a lawyer and judge of the mediation? Bern contactor: I’ve worked actually always mediativ. As a protective judge I had many Cases with serious conflicts, when it came to parental care. Also at that time, I’ve given pairs in the mediation.
But only to my retirement the mediation as an alternative solution to a judicial verdict was recorded on 1.9.2009. She may be proposed by the Court. Editorial: A confirmation of your personal way of working? Bern contactor: Oh yes, mediation has always interested me. I always felt that I can handle well in my judicial activity with Mediative character. Editorial: But only after your retirement could you concentrate intensively the subject? Bern contactor: Right, I always worked and raised three children there. When I then went with 65 in the retirement, I fell into a hole. You work full shifts, raising three children, make the budget and then they stop. This is not, I am also a very active person.