- Collaborative Law and Divorce Mediation are two of the five ways a couple can get a divorce.
- There are many differences between these two divorce methods including cost, time to complete and approach.
- Here's how Collaborative Law compares to Divorce Mediation and how to decide which is best for your situation and circumstances.
If you've just made the decision to end your marriage, there's no doubt it was probably one of the biggest and most difficult decisions you ever made in your life.
But now you have another important decision to make.
How to actually get the divorce.
You may have heard mediation is more peaceful and cost-effective. But you also want to more about what is collaborative divorce process and how these two methods compare.
Let's take a closer look at collaborative law vs mediation so you can decide which one is right for you.