An alternative to the traditional court process
- The mediator, a neutral third party, can help you reach an agreement on a variety of issues, including support payments, the division of property, and child custody and access. Mediators, unlike judges or arbitrators, do not decide cases or impose settlements
- Arbitrators, like mediators, are neutral third parties. However, unlike mediation, parties who wish to arbitrate must agree to be bound by the decision made by the arbitrator. Arbitration is private and confidential, unlike court proceedings which are on the public record.
- Collaborative Family Law
- Collaborative lawyers assist parties in negotiating a resolution of their dispute(s) in a principled and respectful fashion without going to court. Both parties and their lawyers sign a contract committing to this process in advance
- Resolve disputes respectfully without going to court.
- Make children a priority in co-parenting and child custody.
- Benefit from the guidance and expertise of trainined professionals
Family Arbitration – fast and cost effective alternative to the traditional court process