There are many options to settle your divorce issues, including mediation, arbitration, collaboration, litigation, and pro se. But which one is right for you? Here’s an overview of the options at your disposal.
If you’re more than 60 years old and divorcing, collaboration or mediation can be your best hope of preserving your family’s finances.
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Give mediation a shot if you're hesitant to go to court, yet still want it to be an option should your alternative fail.
A checklist of ten reasons why working with a trained mediator can help take some of the "sting" out of your divorce.
This article puts into perspective the mediation process and teaches you how to make it work for you and your spouse. It is not an easy process and can make you wonder if it is really work. Be reassured that it can.
Mediation is a viable option for couples who want to avoid the adversarial divorce process.
Mediation can be a viable alternative to standard divorce litigation. Here's what you need to know about this form of alternative dispute resolution.
The outcome is much better for everyone if a settlement can be reached out of court, but it usually requires negotiation, which is part skill and part art. Here are some strategies that can help you negotiate the best possible settlement.
There are many decisions you'll have to make as you work your way through your divorce; these Checklists will help you to make conflict-resolution decisions objectively and in an organized manner.
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