Differences with other methods


Unlike arbitration, which is ultimately a private judge, the parties decide for themselves the solution that suits them, without leaving a third party to decide for them.


Mediation and Collaborative law share many characteristics and valours. However, in collaborative practice all the professionals are engaged with the process and specially trained; and in mediation you only need a neutral mediator.

ediation requres a prior conflict, which does not happen in the case of collaborative law, where its effectiveness is increased if the agreements are planned preemptively.