A jury is a randomized group of United States citizens chosen to decide the outcome of cases. is one of the few states that permits a jury consisting of 12 members and 2 alternates to make decisions in family law cases. The following are some binding and advisory issues a jury can hear.
“What lies behind us and what lies before us are tiny matters compared to what lies within us.” – Ralph Waldo Emerson
ALTERNATIVE DISPUTE RESOLUTION
What is the difference between the date a judgment is rendered and the entry of judgment date? What date is considered the date of your divorce?
Arbitration is one of the various methods of alternative dispute resolution, also referred to as ADR for short. Here are 6 reasons some parties choose to handle their family law matters through arbitration.
Mediation is a structured process where both parties agree on and hire a neutral third party, also known as a mediator, to assist the parties in reaching a solution. Here are some factors you should think about when deciding who you want to hire as a mediator.