Why should you consider a collaborative divorce?

A collaborative divorce, also known as an uncontested divorce, is a good way to amicably work through an unpleasant situation. Instead of battling it out in court, you and your partner work together with your attorneys to negotiate the terms of your divorce and settle your differences. 

Before negotiations begin, the two of you and your lawyers will sign an agreement stating that you will commit to the collaborative divorce process.

What are the advantages of a collaborative divorce?

Some of the advantages of choosing a collaborative divorce include:

  • Saving money: The cost of an uncontested divorce is far less than the cost of a courtroom trial.
  • Saving time: The amount of time you’ll invest in the process is considerably less than it would be if you go to court.
  • Avoiding the stress that comes with a courtroom trial: Instead of tearing each other apart, you end up working together in a more peaceful environment.
  • Controlling the narrative: Both you and your partner are given the freedom to discuss important issues in an informal setting.
  • Deciding how to handle disputes that might occur in the future: By spelling everything out now, you will have a plan to reference should problems arise down the road.
  • Creating a new version of your family dynamic: A collaborative divorce is much easier on both you and your children in the long run.

Divorce is never easy, but choosing a collaborative divorce can take some of the sting out of the process. In the end, both you and your partner will walk away knowing that you reached the best possible solution together.

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