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Are all mediation approaches the same?

Mediation is becoming an increasingly common way to resolve family law matters, from property division to child custody. This approach allows parties to reach mutually agreeable resolutions together and avoid the demands of litigation.

Negotiation tips if you are mediating your divorce

If you plan to utilize a mediator for your divorce, you should educate yourself about the process. While your attorney will be available outside of the mediation to give you advice and information, you will ultimately be the one making decisions in the room with your spouse and chosen mediator.

4 people who can help you through divorce

Divorce can be an isolating, emotional experience for many people, whether the split is amicable or contentious. You might be feeling scared, misunderstood and confused about your current situation and future, and you may not know what to do.

4 long-term benefits of alternative dispute resolution methods

It can be very difficult for people to think about life after divorce. Some people are devastated about the end of their marriage, others are so focused on the details of the divorce itself that it is all but impossible to think of much else.

5 ways you could be sabotaging a peaceful divorce

There is no question that divorce is one of the most difficult events a person can go through. It can be physically, emotionally and financially draining, particularly when it drags on and becomes contentious. This is why it can be so important to opt for more peaceful means of divorcing, like mediation or collaborative law.

4 ways ADR can make divorce a little easier

One of the last things divorcing spouses may want to do once they have filed for divorce is to sit in a room and make very difficult decisions together. However, as upsetting as this might seem, working together in a neutral or collaborative setting could make this process a little easier.

Don't believe these 3 mediation myths

When moving towards divorce, spouses are likely doing so with little knowledge about their options. Often, the information that they do have comes from internet searches, TV shows, and other third parties. Unfortunately, much of the information garnered from these sources is not accurate.

Divorce using alternative dispute resolution

Though many people believe that divorce is synonymous with a long and protracted court battle, Pennsylvania families are able to settle their differences by using alternative dispute resolution. Alternative dispute resolution, which can sometimes be less taxing emotionally and financially, encompasses mediation, Collaborative Law, and cooperative practice.

Lawmaker touts benefits of collaborative law bill

The divorce process can be long, costly and emotionally draining. However, not every divorce must end up in a courtroom, as there are several alternative dispute resolution options available to separating spouses and parents. One Pennsylvania lawmaker recently extolled the benefits behind her new bill, which would help codify one such option that is known as collaborative law.

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