A collaborative divorce allows individuals to avoid an adversarial, costly, and contentious divorce through litigation in the court system. This practice is client-centered and client-controlled. Collaborative divorce uses a team approach to resolve your dispute. Each client will have his or her own attorney to support and advise them through this process, along with a shared Collaborative Coach and Financial Planner to complete the team.
This legal approach can cut the expensive cost of contentious litigation by allowing the parties to move apart with mutual respect and dignity by creating results on their own terms.
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