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Family law matters often trigger intense emotions. The dry, logical legal process is sometimes not well-suited to providing workable solutions in these cases. People seeking a divorce, having a child custody dispute, or contesting any other family law matter should consider family law trial alternatives, called alternative dispute resolution (ADR). There are different forms of […]

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Divorcing couples and others having family law disputes often have trouble resolving areas of disagreement themselves. They may be too caught up in the emotions surrounding the problem to cooperate with each other and find workable solutions. Mediation and arbitration are out-of-court processes that are forms of alternative dispute resolution (ADR). These processes offer solutions […]

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Mediation is used in many family law cases in Georgia. In fact, statistics show that more families are voluntarily choosing to mediate their contested issues, meaning more cases are being settled out of court as opposed to going to trial. Over the years, Georgia’s court system has ordered and hosted mediation sessions in which confidentiality, […]

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