Participation Agreements, which are the document that the parties and their legal representatives sign at the outset of a collaborative case to reflect their understanding and commitment to the process, have been updated by the Collaborative Working Group to include provision for the parties, where they so wish, to agree to instruct an Arbitrator in the event of them facing an impasse during the negotiations. 
A short video about collaborative law has been made by the Law Society and can be viewed here. 
Mel Loxley of Birkett Long LLP blogs here about why collaborative law is a better way to resolve disputes in divorces. 
Jon Armstrong blogs here about the many advantages of collaborative law
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