How it differs from mediation

The key difference to mediation is that the collaborative law process doesn’t involve a neutral mediator, but that each party is represented by legal counsel. Unlike a mediator, they are able to give legal advice and support to their parties. Legal questions can immediately be clarified in the collaborative law process.


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