An eye-opening look at how the collaborative law process could fail both litigators and their clients.
Alternative Dispute Resolution
Going through a divorce is never easy. In complex cases or when couples can’t reach an agreement, divorce litigation may be necessary.
Working with a co-mediation team of professionals during divorce provides you with additional benefits beyond working with a single mediator.
There are common misconceptions that keep some people from resolving their divorce issues – such as alimony, property settlement, and child custody – through divorce mediation.
There are three ways a consulting attorney or review counsel in your divorce mediation will save you time, money, and effort.
Wondering how family mediation helps your case? Here’s an overview of the many benefits of family mediation.
Divorcing couples are increasingly using financial and mental health support services to navigate what can be a very difficult and draining process. Divorce coaches are mental-health professionals that have received specialized training to help couples manage emotions, strengthen communication, facilitate conflict, and create plans to meet unique family needs. Usually, divorce coaches are part of […]
For the past several years there has been an increase in the use of a “collaborative” process when dealing with family law matters, and now there is an official Collaborative Law Process Act that governs this process. Florida is now the 14th state, along with the District of Columbia, to pass such a law. As […]
Ohio’s Guide for Parents Living Apart
Divorce Court in New Jersey is open to the public. Your testimony can be heard by complete strangers, you will have little control over the input the Judge uses to decide your case which is usually rushed in family court and court dates can be spread over the course of months where judges, lawyers, litigants […]