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The Difference Between Mediation and Collaborative Divorce in California - Law Office of Rebecca Medina
Collaborative Divorce

The Difference Between Mediation and Collaborative Divorce in California

Mediation and collaborative divorce are types of Alternative Dispute Resolution (ADR). Both are increasingly popular choices among divorcing couples as they save time, money, and the emotional stress that is often inherent in a traditional adversarial, litigated divorce.

How long will it take
Collaborative Divorce

Common Divorce Questions: How Long Will It Take?

One of the most common questions a divorcing client asks us (after “How much will it cost?”) is “How long will it take?” The answer …

Co-Parenting and divorce

Divorce, Kids and Co-Parenting

A major question when parents’ divorce is how to best provide for the interests of their children. A parenting plan answers that question and gives …

Divorce Fears
Collaborative Divorce

Overcoming Divorce Fears

As you start to walk on the way, the way appears-Rumi Divorce can stir up profound and painful emotions; regret, confusion, a sense of overwhelm …

Collaborative divorce and business owners
Business Owners

Collaborative Divorce/Mediation and Business Owners

When facing the possibility of a divorce, many business owners are often concerned that this major life event will hurt their financial well-being. Will the …

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