To be really strict on the technicalities, a collaborative divorce is almost the same with a divorce mediation Tampa. They are commonly used in the sense that both methods don’t resort to the courts for a resolution. Instead, the parties come to an agreement as their own settlement. This agreement is binding between them.
However, in collaborative divorce, the parties usually get one specialist or more so address special issues such as child support, child custody and spousal support. An accountant is usually needed to compute the amounts involved in these issues. On the other hand, mediation only needs one neutral third party to get guide them through the process.