Collaborative Practice

COLLABORATIVE PRACTICE This article is the second part of a series on the different ways divorce can be settled. This article was written by Daryl Er (an intern of OTP Law Corporation) and Emelia Kwa (a trainee at OTP Law Corporation. Article was first published on OTP Law Corporation's website:  www.otp.sgA third (the second being mediation track towards dispute resolution would be collaborative practice. COLLABORATIVE PRACTICEWhat is it?Collaborative practice (CP), like mediation, looks at the interests of the parties.  However, it differs greatly in the type of people involved, i.e. specially trained CP lawyers and potentially other family specialists (e.g. financial advisers, child experts, counsellors, etc.( who will work with the parties to negotiate an agreement that suits the family. …

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Mediation and Civil Disputes

Mediation and Civil Disputes This article was written by Daryl Er (an intern of OTP Law Corporation) and Emelia Kwa (a trainee at OTP Law Corporation). This article was published by OTP Law CorporationWe have previously covered what mediation entails in our Basic Guide to Mediation. Having covered many instances where mediation could have been helpful in family cases, we decided to turn the focus a bit onto how mediation can be helpful in civil litigation matters.What do you mean by civil litigation?These are usually cases that start by a writ of summons or originating summons.Where does one go for mediation then?In addition to private mediators, there are two places you can consider when considering mediation for your civil dispute:The State…

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Protected: Mediation helps divorcing parties focus on real needs

Mediation helps divorcing parties focus on real needs This is the first part of a series on the different ways divorce can be settled. This article was first published 23 May, 2018 by TODAY .Author: PracticeForte Advisory Affiliate Lat Mun Loon of Amicus ConsultingI read with interest the reports “Divorce made less bitter with new mediation process” (May 18) and “Amicable divorce options not popular” (May 19).As a mediator, I affirm the direction taken by the courts and the Singapore Mediation Centre. A divorce should be settled as amicably as possible for the benefit of the children as well as everyone else involved.While divorce is a legal and social issue, it must first be seen as a painfully emotional family matter.Clients…

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