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Surviving Divorce, Fourth Edition by Terry Hillman, Pamela Weintraub

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CHAPTER11

Mediation, Arbitration, and Collaboration

In This Chapter

  • The advantages of mediation
  • How to choose a mediator
  • The mediation process from beginning to end
  • When to go into arbitration
  • Why collaboration might be right for you

In the best of all possible worlds, couples facing divorce would work out agreements between themselves. That’s often difficult, of course, because it’s the very tendency to argue and diverge that leads to divorce in the first place. The most common solution is hiring attorneys—adversaries—who help the couple duke it out privately or in court. But for those who cherish the notion of an amicable parting, mediation ...

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