Tag Archives: Alternative to Divorce Litigation

Arbitration vs. Mediation: What to Know

Mediation and arbitration are both alternatives to a standard courtroom divorce. However, there are some important differences between the two that you should be aware of before choosing which you will go with for your divorce Here’s a quick overview of each so you can get a sense of what is the best option for… Read More »

Collaborative Divorce vs. Mediation: What You Should Know

Collaborative divorce and mediation are two alternative divorce methods that allow you to get through the divorce process on your own terms. But what are the differences between these two divorce methods? Here’s a quick look at what you should know. Divorce mediation Divorce mediation involves sitting in a session with a dedicated, third-party divorce… Read More »

What to Know About Mediators Charge Their Clients

Mediation is a popular alternative to divorce litigation because it can save divorcing spouses a great deal of money. However, there are still costs associated with the process, so it is important to understand what and how mediators charge so you can plan ahead with your finances. There are a couple different types of private… Read More »

Safety Considerations for Divorce Mediation

Mediation can be a great alternative to divorce litigation for many people, as it saves a lot of time and money (not to mention stress). However, there are some circumstances in which it may not be particularly effective, including when there has been domestic violence in the marriage. Such a history creates a massive power… Read More »