COLLABRATIVE DIVORCE

practice3Going through a divorce can be a difficult and confusing time. Divorces often involve lawyers, court dates, and a lot of time and costs, if the two parties disagree on numerous issues. Divorce law and family courts seek to remedy these disagreements. A few people may find themselves in a pretty straightforward divorce, where there is no disagreement at all. Those few probably only need guidance with divorce papers but not much else. Many people find themselves in the middle, where they are able and willing to come to agreements outside of court, but may not be able to agree on everything. These people may have different views on the best way to settle issues like child custody, support, and property division, but do not necessarily have to go to court to settle their issues. These parties can settle using a collaborative divorce procedure

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