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Divorce Mediation & Collaborative Divorce
Divorce is difficult, but it doesn't have to be an all-out battle that costs both of you a fortune in lawyers' fees. Mediation and collaborative divorce are two ways divorcing couples can make decisions together about property, support, and child custody without breaking the bank. Learn more about these ways to divorce before going any further.
A separation often brings up feelings of anger and resentment, but emotional conflict tends to make divorce more expensive. If you want to avoid a divorce path that involves court hearings, discovery, finger-pointing, and a costly trial, you may benefit from mediation. Continue reading to find out if mediation is right for your divorce case.
Divorce is complicated and emotional, but it doesn't always have to be a fight. Couples often find it beneficial to try mediation to negotiate a settlement before asking the court to decide for them. Continue reading to find out if you think mediation might will work for you.
Alternative Dispute Resolution (ADR)—such as mediation and collaborative divorce—has become an increasingly popular means of resolving marital issues. But sometimes, going the traditional divorce route makes more sense.
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