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Family Law (12th edn)

Roiya Hodgson
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date: 03 October 2022

p. 253. Alternative Dispute Resolution in Family Lawlocked

p. 253. Alternative Dispute Resolution in Family Lawlocked

  • Roiya Hodgson

Abstract

This chapter first discusses the methods by which a family lawyer may resolve family law disputes, including alternative dispute resolution (ADR). It then reviews the various forms of negotiation that a family lawyer may undertake. These include settlement between clients, negotiation through correspondence, meeting between counsel, and at-court negotiation. Next, the chapter discusses mediation and collaborative law as different forms of ADR used in family law. It outlines MIAMs (mediation information and assessment meetings) and their importance prior to issuing proceedings. It also discusses the various steps of collaborative law. It also briefly considers a recent development in family ADR: arbitration.

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