The purpose of completing the Questionnaire "Are You a Candidate for Mediation or for Collaborative Family Law?"
is not to provide legal advice or information. By completing and submitting the Questionnaire you agree that no legal advice, or other advice, was given or received with respect to completing, submitting and receiving an answer to the Questionnaire "Are You a Candidate for Mediation or for Collaborative Family Law?".
Further, you agree that in no event will Deborah Lynn Zutter be liable for any loss or damage of whatsoever kind arising out of or in connection with the use of "Are You a Candidate for Mediation or for Collaborative Family Law?".
In some relationships one person is afraid to be in the same room with the other person. This sense of danger can increase at separation.If you are afraid of being in the same room with your partner then it is unlikely that mediation will work for you. If you believe that, even though you are afraid, you could negotiate with your partner if your lawyer was present, than collaborative law may work for you. You need to discuss your fears with your lawyer.
Are You a Candidate for Family Mediation or Collaborative Law?
Submit your answers to the following questions. Your score will help you decide what process to use at this time to resolve your dispute.