A collaborative law divorce is different than mediation in that the collaborative process, the dispute is resolved without litigation pending, such as a complaint for divorce. The way to think of a collaborative divorce is as a team effort. The parties and their counsel meet and discuss the case. When an expert is needed, […]
Anyone that is currently going through a divorce should consider mediation, as it comes with a long list of different benefits. If you’re wondering if mediation can help with divorce, keep reading.
Getting divorced is never simple, and sometimes you need a third party to make sure everything runs smoothly and remains civil before the lawyers get involved. Find out more about the benefits of mediation before divorce here.
With options like mediation, collaborative law, and arbitration as alternatives to going to court, you can save yourself time, money and decrease stress.
You aren’t legally obligated to hire your own divorce lawyer just because your spouse did, but going up against a professional legal expert on your own, as an amateur, could be a bad idea.
Want to know the difference between mediation and arbitration in Maryland? Read on to learn more, like which might be best suited for you during divorce.
Here are a few things you need to keep in mind if you’re considering divorce mediation to amicably settle your case.
Sometimes we get appointed by judges in our county to actually conduct mediation. Sometimes lawyers independently of the court system agree on the selection of a mediator and there are times that I’m selected by my colleagues to mediate a case. Mediation is an interesting phenomena. If it’s not properly handled and the parties are […]
In this podcast, New Jersey family lawyer Cynthia Brassington answers questions regarding the pros and cons of using alternative dispute resolution processes – including mediation and collaborative divorce.
It’s good to mention arbitration. It’s another out-of-court method, but it does operate a little differently. Arbitration is much more formal than mediation and it can be binding or not binding. Both parties must agree to arbitrate, and they select an arbitrator who will hear both sides and then render an actual decision much like […]