It depends usually on the method. I would say if you’re thinking about the alternative dispute resolution method of mediation. Even complex issues or things that you think you might not be able to agree on. Mediation could potentially be useful in coming up with unique solutions to a problem that maybe you or the other side hasn’t thought about.

Collaborative law divorce as an alternative dispute resolution. That would be probably best served, if you really feel that you and the other side are likely going to be able to reach a conclusion that doesn’t have to go before a judge.

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