Mediation is a process whereby one neutral works with both parties to help the parties come to agreement on the various issues that need to be agreed on to terminate the marriage or resolve the post-divorce issues. The mediator cannot give legal advice to either party. The role of the mediator is just to provide […]
Collaborative divorce sessions will generally involve having both parties and their attorneys present at the collaborative divorce sessions. In mediation the attorneys are not present. That’s the first difference from mediation. The mediator meets with the parties and helps the parties get to yes on the various issues that must be resolved to end the […]
In divorce mediation, the parties agree to hire a mediator who is a neutral party that attempts to help the parties reached an agreement on the issues that they may have in dispute. Mediation can be less stressful, less expensive and proceeds faster than a litigated or contested divorce case.