I am often asked what the difference between Mediation and Collaborative Practice is, but once in a while I get asked what’s the same. Mediation and Collaborative Practice are both ‘interest-based’ processes. This means that, while the law is still relevant and ‘in the room,’ the goals, concerns and things that really matter to you and your spouse form the basis for the conversation and negotiation rather than just focusing on legal rights and entitlements. To learn more, here is a little video.
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