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Category Archives: Arbitration
Family Law Arbitration Arbitration is becoming a common practice around the world. Recently, groups in England and Wales have announced a plan to allow families to resolve issues and disputes through an arbitration process. Governed by the Institute of Family … Continue reading
Benefits of a Family Law Mediator: Mediator: neutral/impartial party facilitates dialogue with parties involved to ultimately reach a decision/common ground Generally less expensive when compared to litigation Outcomes are mutually agreed upon by all parties involved Mediation usually makes the … Continue reading