Collaborative practice can assist in a wide-range of family law matters

When lots of individuals think about collaborative practice, they often think of collaborative divorce. After all, there are more and more individuals out there who are looking to resolve their divorce amicably outside of court.

However, collaborative practice isn’t limited to helping in divorce matters only. Collaborative practice can aside in all kinds of family law matters.

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Collaborative divorce can prevent future litigation

When many think about the idea of a collaborative divorce, they can wonder about the benefits of trying to resolve a case collaboratively.  Some can even contemplate the idea of two collaborative lawyers and the professionals that can help (mental health and financial professionals) can can wonder if all of that is needed.

Some might also worry potentially about the cost of having a team of collaborative professionals assist. Some might think that it might not be necessary.

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What if we don’t get along? Is the Collaborative process right for me?

Whether it is over an item mislabeled at the grocery store, or who will be next for seating at a crowded restaurant. Even generally speaking, resolving disputes for many people is not easy. Most of us can agree that the myriad of reasons for couples splitting apart can give rise to a variety of potential roadblocks on the path to resolution.

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Collaborative divorce is not a flat-fee, uncontested divorce

Many believe that collaborative divorce is just another name for an uncontested, flat fee divorce. This is not the case.

The difference is stark. Some law firms may advertise a flat fee, uncontested divorce services where there are not many assets, no kids and where there is total agreement on all the terms. Generally, one party has an attorney and the other has no legal representation.

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Plan for a Bright Future with a Collaborative Divorce

Do you have friends in the process of a divorce who are fighting over everything, including your friendship?  Have you heard the nightmare story from your relative about battling his spouse during a child exchange?  Do you cringe when you hear about your friend’s uncomfortable experience during her divorce Trial?

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An alternative to adversarial divorce

A divorce does not have to be a heated court battle where one person feels like they won and one feels like they lost. Too often, in a contested divorce, both parties end up feeling like the case did not go the way they wanted.

An option to a litigated divorce is known as collaborative divorce. There are many pros to collaborative divorce. For example, the parties are better able to put inter control, versus the court’s control, the terms on vital issues.

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The role of the divorce coach

Divorce can be a difficult process. However, there are various options when it comes to divorce. One of those options most should consider is options is collaborative divorce, which can be less adversarial than litigating your divorce.

In a collaborative divorce, parties work with various professionals to help resolve their divorce, including collaborative divorce attorneys, divorce coaches, in addition to financial experts.

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Consider collaborative divorce as an alternative

When man consider the notion of a collaborative divorce, they are not sure it is worth the effort. Many are concerned whether a resolution can be reached outside of court.

Sometimes, however, settlement is possible. Some might think there is too much discord or disagreement for settlement to be a possibility.

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