Collaborative Law and Divorce

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Collaborative law is a form of alternative dispute resolution for divorcing couples who need strong legal representation, but would like to avoid litigation.

Unlike a traditional divorce, collaborative law offers you the option of retaining a team of divorce professionals. You or your spouse can choose from any of the following:

  • Divorce Lawyer - Essential for the collaborative process, advises you on family law in your state and works with your spouse's lawyer to draft a settlement.
  • Financial Professional - Educates you on the short and long-term financial aspects of your divorce.
  • Child Specialist - Provides expertise in child-related matters, helping you craft divorce solutions in the children’s best interests.
  • Divorce Coach - Combines practical techniques and emotional support for dealing with your divorce.

In a collaborative divorce, couples and their attorneys agree in advance not to litigate. If either party ignores the agreement and goes to court, both attorneys are required to resign from the case.


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