How does mediation differ from collaborative divorce?

Both collaborative divorce and mediation are legal options for resolving conflict without going to court. In collaborative law, both parties have attorneys and the negotiations take place in a series of 4-way meetings. In mediation, a neutral mediator guides both parties in a direct discussion of their dispute. The mediator remains neutral and does not impose any decisions on the parties. Lawyers may or may not participate in a mediation.

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