The first step in facing divorce is to select the best divorce process for the two of you, for example, litigation or Collaboration (Collaborative Divorce).
Of course, you each have different interests and goals; in litigation, a judge may dismiss them outright; that will not happen in Collaborative Divorce.
The first step.
Usually, it is best for the two of you to decide on the process, before selecting your attorneys. Because attorneys are best at “what they do”, going to an attorney...
Divorce Arbitrator Anthony C. Adamopoulos of Salem will address divorce professionals – attorneys, mediators, financial and facilitator neutrals- at a professional development seminar of The Divorce Center on Wednesday, May 21 at the Sheraton Four Points Conference Center in Wakefield. His presentation will be entitled: Using Arbitration to Reach Resolution. The Divorce Center is a non-profit dedicated to providing divorce education and resources to the public and professionals.
Divorce Arbitrator Anthony Adamopoulos of Boxford will address divorce professionals – attorneys and mediators- at a professional development conference of The Divorce Center on Wednesday, April 29 th at the Newton Marriott. His presentation will be entitled: Using Arbitration to Reach Resolution. The Divorce Center is a non-profit dedicated to providing divorce education and resources to the general public and professionals. Adamopoulos’s office is in Salem, Massachusetts.
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See Part 1 Why Confidential Deadlock Arbitration Is Valuable in the Mediation or Collaborative Divorce Processes
Making the decision to arbitrate:
Deadlock Arbitration sm can be used to resolve deadlock arising out of the Collaborative or Mediation process.
After deadlock, attorneys discuss arbitration with their clients. Pro se litigants discuss arbitration between themselves.
If all agree,...
WHY CONFIDENTIAL DIVORCE DEADLOCK ARBITRATION ?
What is Deadlock Arbitration?
Deadlock Arbitration sm is a private confidential process that avoids the need to “change over” to public court litigation when divorce mediation or Collaborative Divorce reaches a total breakdown.
What causes deadlock?
Deadlock results from a party refusing to move from a position. For example, consider this scenario:
After negotiating for a period,...
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