Collaborative Divorce has proven to be a highly successful way for a divorcing couple to resolve their differences without going to court.
In the collaborative law divorce process, the participants each have experienced divorce attorneys with advanced training in non-adversarial conflict resolution techniques.
Instead of going to court to argue over and litigate issues such as custody, visitation, spousal maintenance and property division, the participants and their attorneys meet in a series of informal, four-way settlement conferences. They jointly discuss the issues, share full disclosure of all relevant information and develop solutions that are more creative and acceptable to both parties than having a decision made by a judge in an adversarial hearing.
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