Divorcing couples are increasingly turning to mediation to resolve the issues in their divorces.

New York Law Journal   

July 28, 2013

With more and more litigants turning to mediation to resolve their divorce, some family lawyers see this as a threat—an encroachment upon their turf, a challenge to their primacy. Others however, “see mediation as a convenient way station for cases that are too small to justify, much less support, significant legal expense. To them, mediation is a process separate and apart from what lawyers do.”

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