The Use Of Arbitration In A Family Law Situation

July 8, 2008 by  
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Gerald Yemensky, Family Lawyer with Mount Clark Yemensky Barristers, explains the use of arbitration in a family law situation. —– If you, or someone you care about, is dealing with family law issues in the Ottawa, Ontario Region, contact Gerald Yemensky LL.B. at Mount Clark Yemensky for a consultation. Disclaimer: This podcast is taken from […]

The Advantages Of Mediation In A Family Law Situation

July 8, 2008 by  
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Gerald Yemensky, Family Lawyer with Mount Clark Yemensky Barristers, explains the advantages of mediation in a family law situation. —– If you, or someone you care about, is dealing with family law issues in the Ottawa, Ontario Region, contact Gerald Yemensky LL.B. at Mount Clark Yemensky for a consultation. Disclaimer: This podcast is taken from […]

Mediation, Arbitration And Collaborative Family Law

June 26, 2008 by  
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Gerald Yemensky, Family Lawyer with Mount Clark Yemensky Barristers, explains mediation, arbitration and collaborative family law. —– If you, or someone you care about, is dealing with family law issues in the Ottawa, Ontario Region, contact Gerald Yemensky LL.B. at Mount Clark Yemensky for a consultation. Disclaimer: This podcast is taken from interview on 1 […]

The Benefits Of Mediation For Family Law

June 13, 2008 by  
Category: Divorce, Featured, Mediation, Separation

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Mediation works best when both parties have equal bargaining powers and equal degrees of sophistication in understanding their financial situation. In such a case, mediation is definitely the preferred route because it allows the parties to craft their own agreement. The parties are permitted to explore the issues that might create difficulty both at the […]

Benefits Of Using Collaborative Law

June 12, 2008 by  
Category: Divorce, Separation

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The essential difference between collaborative family law and the existing model is that the existing model is an adversarial process. A lawyer acting for a particular client works towards arranging the best possible outcome for that client. There is no consideration given to what happens to the other party. In trying to get the best […]

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