Although arbitration may not be right for everyone and has a few drawbacks, it is clear that in most instances, arbitration provides many advantages over traditional litigation.
After Gwyneth Paltrow announced her split from Chris Martin, the actress called the separation "conscious uncoupling." This introduced couples to a more amicable way of divorcing. But are family lawyers ready for this concept?
Here is some information and a handy checklist to help you set goals and think about options as you move forward with your divorce – and life.
There is more than one way to get divorced, and the process you choose can have a big impact on the final terms of your divorce. It can also affect how difficult your divorce will be for you and your family emotionally, how much support you’ll have as you go through the process, and how prepared you’ll be for your life after divorce.
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.
The real question for you is whether fault makes a difference in your case. Does it matter to a judge whether your spouse committed adultery, or left you, or was cruel to you?
Here’s a basic primer on how the divorce process works.
Family Law Arbitration May be an Alternative
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Divorce Coaching May Be Right For You.