In the first part of this blog I explained what Early Neutral Evaluation is, how the process works and where it differs from a Financial Dispute Resolution court hearing (FDR). Here, I am going to explain some of the benefits of Early Neutral Evaluation over the court process by way of an illustrative comparison.
To show how an Early Neural Evaluation can help here is a side by side comparison of two similar cases I was recently involved in, one separating couple went down the traditional court route and the other opted for an Early Neutral Evaluation:
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