Welcome to the fifth video in my series on how to resolve your divorce or child custody case outside of the courtroom. So, in the first four videos we talked about exchanging letters or emails, informal settlement conferences, collaborative divorce and mediation.
In this video I want to talk with you about arbitration. Arbitration is another way that you can expedite resolving your case outside of the courtroom. Although it is quite a bit like getting your case resolved in court. In arbitration you and the other party would mutually select an arbitrator to decide the contested issues in your case. The arbitrator could be somebody who practices family law and has a lot of experience, it could be a retired judge, or it could be anybody else that you mutually select.
The job of the arbitrator is to hear the contested issues and make a decision. I have conducted arbitrations and I participated as a representing a party in arbitrations. An...
This is video 3 in my series on how to settle your family court case outside the courtroom. In video one we talked about sending letters or emails to try to settle. In video 2 I talked about having an informal settlement conference with your ex or soon to be ex and in this video I'm going to talk with you about alternative dispute resolution.
Alternative dispute resolution is an alternative way to resolve your dispute. Makes sense right? There are lots of different types of alternative dispute resolution and I'm going to cover a few of them in subsequent videos but I just want to highlight what those are for you before I delve into the first one.
One method of alternative dispute resolution is called mediation and that's when you and the other parties sit with the neutral who tries to help you work out the details of your case. Another method of alternative dispute resolution is arbitration where you and the other party mutually select an arbitrator and oftentimes it's...
Oftentimes, one parent's behavior interferes with the other parent's relationship with the kids. Some people go so far as to call this behavior "parental alienation."
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