Being a part of Divorce Mediation for so many couples give us a unique perspective on the specific issues and levels of conflict that may arise when contemplating a marriage. We also receive this rare window into people's lives, when they are most vulnerable and when they are most emotionally charged.These insights can be utilized to actually avoid such conflicts for you when contemplating Prenuptial Agreements or a multitude of other agreements outside of an actual divorce
Child support Agreements
Child Custody agreements
Collaborative Law is when both parties to a divorce retain lawyers who then enter into a "Participation Agreement" precluding either attorney to represent the party should this matter escalate to court. In this model both attorneys and both parties negotiate and present perspectives until an agreement in reached. This model is very useful in instances where divorce mediation proved ineffective or was not a viable option ( ie. if there was a history of violence ).
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