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FOUR REGIMES OF ADR – There are four basic regimes of ADR (Alternative Dispute Resolution): Negotiation, where no third party facilitates the resolution or imposes a solution; mediation, where a third party, a mediator, facilitates (and may even suggest a resolution, typically known as a "mediator's proposal"), but does not impose a resolution; collaborative law or collaborative divorce, where each party has an attorney who works toward resolution within specifically contracted terms and the parties reach agreement with support of the attorneys; and arbitration, where a third party who, as a private judge, imposes a resolution.
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