Collaborative Law And Its Use In Family Law

June 2, 2008 by  
Category: Collaborative Law, Divorce, Mediation

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Collaborative family law is a less adversarial process than going to court. The lawyers who represent their clients have special qualifications in collaborative law. Both parties agree that they will use this process in good faith and be honest in bringing information to the table. If an agreement cannot be made, the parties cannot keep […]

The Differences Between Mediation And Collaborative Law

September 26, 2007 by  
Category: General

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If you look at the way the court system works, you’ll see that it is very slow. Unless it is an urgent matter dealing with children, it is very hard to get your case heard in a timely manner. A good option is Mediation-Arbitration. Mediation means having a third party mediate the matter and if […]

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