Posted By Irene C. Olszewski, Esq. on April 10, 2012
I’ve posted more than once on the 3 models available to couples who wish to obtain a divorce: litigation, collaborative divorce and mediation. Each is very different from the others. When contemplating divorce, it is important to explore all the options with an attorney prior to filing the action.
To explore collaborative divorce, read a sampling of my previous posts on the topic: Why I Prefer the Collaborative Divorce Process Over the Traditional Litigated Divorce and Collaborative Divorce: A Client-Centered Option and Divorce without the Court Battle: Collaborative Divorce.
While browsing the web, I came across an insightful post authored by my colleague, C. Sean Stephens, an Oregon attorney who practices divorce law. In it, he discusses the key differences between mediation and collaborative divorce. I thought it was worth passing along:
How Is Collaborative Divorce Different Than Mediation? [Collaborative Divorce Northwest Blog]
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