Take, for example, mediation. Unlike litigation, mediation involves a neutral third party who facilitates the negotiations between the parties, so that each partner can come to an agreeable solution regarding their divorce legal issues. Mediators usually have special training. While mediators are not the ultimate decision makers, they can act as a good sounding board. They can also make recommendations while couples work out their issues to reach a final divorce agreement.
In collaborative law, each party retains legal counsel who work together to reach a final divorce agreement, rather than working in an adversarial fashion as they would in traditional litigation. Other experts may be involved in the collaborative law process as well.
The attorneys at Baysinger Henson Reimer & Cresswell PLLC are familiar with both these forms of alternative dispute resolution. They want to see their clients move forward in a positive fashion. Resolving issues out of court can save a great deal of heartache, time and money. While reaching a settlement out of court may take some work, it can be done.
That being said, there are some situations in which litigation is the best choice, and the attorneys at Baysinger Henson Reimer & Cresswell are prepared to represent clients in this endeavor as well. In the end, reaching a settlement that satisfies each party is what is important. Oklahomans who want to learn more about alternative dispute resolution may find the following website helpful.