Author: Stephanie Jablon

Mediation or Collaborative Law?

Mediation and collaborative law are two types of alternative dispute resolution processes with a highly important similarity — the goal of amicable resolution. The mediation process commences with the parties involved hiring a mediator to assist them in reaching their goal of settlement. The mediator does not represent either party. The parties each have their respective counsel should he or she choose to be represented. The mediator commonly advises the […]

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Is Collaborative Law the Process for You?

May 04, 2018 | Alternative Dispute Resolution, Blog, Collaborative Law, Divorce

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Making the decision to divorce does not always equate to a battle in court. Trained collaborative law attorneys can review alternative dispute resolution options with you other than the traditional litigation route. In the past few years, the collaborative process has grown due in part to some very positive aspects of collaborative law, which may be a favorable option for you. The collaborative process is a conscious choice to agree […]

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3 Tips for Preserving Your Premarital Assets

December 14, 2017 | Blog, Divorce, Estate Planning, Marital Property, Prenuptial Agreements

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No bride or groom walks down the aisle thinking about the day of the divorce. Sadly, however, statistics from the National Center for Health and Statistics, which tracks national data for marriages and divorces, show marriage does not always get the fairy tale ending. As Pittsburgh asset protection attorneys and prenuptial lawyers working with couples through divorce and estate planning we have an intricate understand of how advance planning may […]

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How Do I Figure Out My Exact Date of Separation?

November 08, 2017 | Blog, Divorce

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In Pennsylvania divorce actions, the date of separation is not always immediately clear.  Pittsburgh family law attorneys will explain the date is not always the date a spouse vacates the marital residence. Some people reside together for years while separated for financial reasons, or due to children. Of course, for some people the date of separation is the actual date of moving out. Some people have differences of years in […]

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