There are several methods of dispute resolution. Determining which you use is an individual choice. In a family law dispute where children are involved, a husband and wife may decide that they are best served by entering into mediation. This method gives the clients the most control over the process while minimizing conflict and maximizing cooperation key to a future co-parenting relationship.
In the event that one or both parties to a conflict feel that they need protection from the other or less contact and more structured guidance, the collaborative process or even litigation may be considered.
Divorce and Children
2121 North California Blvd. Suite 290
Walnut Creek, CA 94596
Office: 925-974-3391 | Fax: 925-974-3339
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