Year: 2018

How Does Alternative Dispute Resolution Work?

Alternative Dispute Resolution (ADR), is a cost-effective, efficient way to solve settlements and conflicts outside of court. Taking disputes through the traditional litigation system can be a stressful, costly, time-consuming ordeal that often ends in a “winner-take-all” result. With ADR, all parties involved have control in negotiating the outcomes, which is a more diplomatic approach to dispute resolution.

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What are Temporary Orders During a Divorce?

At the beginning of a divorce, during the initial filing of the petition paperwork, your lawyer may suggest filing a motion for temporary orders. Temporary orders are used to establish agreement between the couple in regards to how matters involving finances, assets and children should be handled during the divorce proceedings.

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