What is Collaborative Divorce?
This is a divorce that can be almost court-free. The lawyers, along with any necessary professionals, will collaboratively guide the parties through a more amicable divorce process. This is a more business-like approach and requires the parties to agree that the marriage is at an end. The parties have to be past any abuse, intimidation, or hidden agendas. If there are children, the parties need to agree that the children should have a strong and healthy relationship with both parties. Namely, both parties must be able to compromise in regard to many, if not all, aspects of their divorce. If you desire a collaborative divorce, I will be happy to talk with you further, Oftentimes, we collaborate with counselors, accountants, and other experts as the facts of the case require. When both the parties are attempting to work together to resolve the issues necessary for a divorce, the economic costs and emotional costs are generally lower.