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LEGL 280 Lecture 8: Mod 8 and 9 Alternatives to Court
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Spring 2018

Department
Legal Studies
Course Code
LEGL-280
Professor
Jacqueline Devlin
Lecture
8

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Mod. 8-9
Module 8
Alternatives to Court Action
1. Reconciliation counseling
Lawyer has a duty to advises client of services
S9 Divorce Act
Purpose is to help client reconcile with spouse
1. Mediation
Helps parties to come to their own agreement
Must be voluntary
1. Arbitration
3rd party arbitrator makes binding decision
1. Separation Agreement
Parties negotiate their own agreement (often through lawyers) and then
draft and sign a legal contract.
Need independent legal advice if dealing with any property
Should get it in any event to ensure contract is binding in the future
1. Declaration of Irreconcilability
Replaces Judicial Separation
Severs legal ties without ending marriage
1. Collaborative Family Law
Both parties use specially trained collaborative family lawyers and
agree to:
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Mod. 89 Module 8 Alternatives to Court Action 1. Reconciliation counseling Lawyer has a duty to advises client of services S9 Divorce Act Purpose is to help client reconcile with spouse 1. Mediation Helps parties to come to their own agreement Must be voluntary 1. Arbitration 3rd party arbitrator makes binding decision 1. Separation Agreement Parties negotiate their own agreement (often through lawyers) and then draft and sign a legal contract. Need independent legal advice if dealing with any property Should get it in any event to ensure contract is binding in the future 1. Declaration of Irreconcilability Replaces Judicial Separation Severs legal ties without ending marriage 1. Collaborative Family Law Both parties use specially trained collaborative family lawyers and agree to:
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