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How Do Collaborative Divorce and Mediation Differ?

Spouses ending their marriage by divorce are thrust into a complex legal situation. Some breakups are so contentious it may seem inevitable that the parties’ differences will be decided by a judge. Other options exist, however, and many couples explore such alternatives to litigation as mediation and collaborative divorce. While these two potential solutions might… Read More »

Don’t Fall Victim to Harmful Myths About Divorce Mediation

Some spouses, while recognizing the benefits of divorce mediation, believe that the process just is not right for them or their situation. Often, acceptance of commonplace myths about mediation has led couples toward costly, stressful litigation. Overcoming these misperceptions can be the key to a marriage dissolution experience that eases the burden on everyone involved…. Read More »