The two most common ways of resolving the dispute with your spouse, former spouse or the other parent to your children, are by either mediation or litigation. Each method has its own inherent positives and negatives, and it’s always best that you make the choice that’s best for you and your family.

Divorce Through Mediation

In mediation, the parties, with the help of a trained mediator, negotiate directly with each other to reach an agreement on all aspects of their divorce. Couples negotiate and resolve … Continued

Collaborative Divorce

Collaborative Divorce differs from litigation in court because it promotes respect among the parties and keeps the parties in control of the process, not a judge. The parties sign a … Continued

Divorce Through Litigation

If resolving your issues through mediation is not a possibility, litigation may be your only alternative. Going through the litigation process means giving up control over the outcome of your … Continued