Divorce and child custody battles can lead to strong emotions and heated arguments. This is where a collaborative process can prove invaluable. Using collaborative law, both sides can work amicably to come to non-adversarial decisions without court intervention. Resolving a divorce or family law dispute through collaborative law can be financially and emotionally easier on all involved in the divorce.
What Is a Collaborative Divorce?
In a collaborative divorce, each involved party retains an attorney representing their interests. During this process, information is exchanged voluntarily, and settlement meetings are held to discuss and finalize agreements on key issues.
This model aims to develop an agenda so both parties can have control over the divorce process. Here are some things you should know about the process:...