While arbitration is similar to mediation in that it’s a cost-effective, time-saving way to get a divorce, it doesn’t permit couples to come to an agreement on their own. Instead, couples present both evidence and testimonies to an arbitrator who, rather like a judge in court, will decide on the best course of action, without the input of the couple.

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