Alternative Dispute Resolution In Illinois
In matrimonial and/or family law cases, parties may seek methods of alternative dispute resolution, which may be more efficient and less costly than litigation, hearings, and/or trial. Two methods of alternative dispute resolution are the following:
- Mediation: Both parties utilize an independent, neutral mediator to reach compromises on legal issues, such as custody and visitation arrangements, or to improve the lines of communication and information exchanges concerning the minor child or children.
- Collaboration: Both parties, with the assistance of their respective attorneys, try to resolve their legal issues through cooperation and negotiation in a non-adversarial manner.
Richard W. Culver, Ltd. can help you learn more about the methods of alternative dispute resolution in matrimonial and/or family law cases.Contact a Barrington Divorce Lawyer at Richard W. Culver, Ltd.
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