How is mediated divorce different from collaborative divorce?
The primary difference between a mediated divorce and a collaborative divorce is that a collaborative divorce involves attorneys while a mediated divorce does not. In a mediated divorce, an objective mediator works with both spouses to come to an agreement on divorce settlement terms. In a collaborative divorce, each spouse has an attorney who fights for his or her clients’ needs during divorce negotiations and who will consult with the other spouse’s attorney simultaneously.
To decide if a collaborative or a mediated divorce is right for you and your spouse, contact the experienced Lewisville divorce lawyers of Alexander & Associates today by calling us at (972) 420-6560.