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Can Our Children Fare Better if We Use the Collaborative Divorce Process?

Just as the name implies, the collaborative process involves cooperation between parents seeking divorce. In many ways, parents form a new kind of partnership as they go through collaborative settlement negotiations. Children often feel less stress than they might in other types of divorce — the first of many benefits to your children of the […]

Things to Consider When Choosing between Mediation and Collaborative Divorce

Most divorces are settled out of court, which makes sense when you consider the stress and expense of a typical courtroom battle. However, when spouses cannot agree within their marriage, they need a significant amount of assistance to come to agreement when negotiating the terms of their divorce. Several alternative dispute resolution methods can help […]

How Does Collaborative Divorce Work?

Collaborative law is often the best alternative for spouses who have chosen to end their marriage without acrimony on either side. If you and your future ex-spouse are ready, willing and able to face each other and talk through even the most difficult issues, such as child custody and division of marital assets, then this […]

Typical Effects of Divorce on Children

Obviously, the best scenario for children is parents who are happily married and raising the children together.  Divorce takes its toll on children, and statistics show this to be true.  In 1994, a book written by McLanahan and Sandefur gave insight into single-parent families based on a decade of research.  They studied four national data […]

Top Five Reasons to Choose Collaborative Divorce over Litigation

Collaborative divorce has become an increasingly popular approach to divorce for various reasons.  If you are considering divorce, it is worth your while to look into collaborative divorce and consult your divorce lawyer about its feasibility in your situation. Reasons couples choose collaborative divorce over litigation include: Emotional advantages.  Divorce is an intensely emotional endeavor […]

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