Blogs about Alternative Dispute Resolution (ADR), including: Mediation, Collaborative Law/Divorce, and Arbitration.
If you have questions about the collaborative divorce process, it’s important to speak with an experienced family law attorney before moving forward.
Divorcing couples struggle with the cost of divorce, and, as such, are tempted by a do-it-yourself divorce. This article poses five questions couples should ask themselves before embarking on that risky step.
Families in conflict can benefit greatly from hiring a mediator and using mediation as a way to resolve conflict and navigate family challenges. Mediation can be used to avoid or manage a divorce.
Divorce has a way of pulling the rug out from under you, even if you are the one who initiated the divorce. However, education, planning and rational thinking can help curb the financial impact.
Co-parenting after a divorce is never easy. Get some insight on how to successfully co-parent and keep a positive relationship with your children with these tips.
Services to obtain a "quick and easy" divorce online are popping up across the internet. But are these services viable? For some, the answer is yes. For most, the answer is no.
In mediation, a neutral third party, chosen by the parties, facilitates conversations that address all issues of divorce. Mediation is non-binding unless a mutually agreeable settlement is reached. Unlike litigation, the parties, not a judge, control the outcome. This can have great appeal to couples that want creative solutions pertaining to their particular needs. Also appealing is the proceedings are private and are not a matter of public record. This is again in contrast to litigation, which is public.