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Paule, Camazine & Blumenthal, P.C. > St. Louis Arbitration, Mediation & Collaborative Law Attorney

August 18, 2013


From Paule, Camazine & Blumenthal, P.C.: Sometimes, the best alternative to a trial is a Mediation, in which the disputing parties hire a neutral third party to assist them in negotiating a resolution of their issues. The mediator has received special training to allow him or her to work with both sides and help develop […]

Divorce & Family Law in Tarrant County > Mediation vs. Collaborative Law in Texas

August 8, 2013


From Dick Price, Esq.: The differences are not huge, but are noteworthy. The following is a similar discussion of the differences between mediation and Collaborative Law, but in the Texas context: 1. In Texas, attorneys are generally present during mediations, just as they are in Collaborative cases. In several other states, the parties usually attend […]

Arizona Collaborative Colleagues > What is Collaborative Mediation?

July 20, 2013


From Pamela Donison, J.D.: IACP defines Collaborative Mediation as:  Collaborative Mediation – Collaborative mediation is a style of mediation where two or more people are encouraged to work toward resolution in a transparent and peaceful manner. The goal is to support the parties to unfold the issues and create fair agreements that will stand the test […]