Types of Divorce
Work with a mediator to make decisions together — guided by your personal viewpoint, a mutual understanding of each other's view, and the reality that you now face together. The mediator provides objective, unbiased support to help you make the best possible decisions.
With the help of your lawyers, you work together to achieve a fair settlement. You may enlist the help of experts (e.g., financial specialists, child specialists, etc.). However, these specialists are neutral, their purpose being to explore the issues rather than to help one party over the other.
Have a third party make the decisions for you. A settlement is reached through attorneys on a court determined schedule. If matters cannot be resolved, the case proceeds to a courtroom setting.