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In our last blog post, we explained what each member of the collaborative divorce team does, However, because collaborative divorce is relatively new when compared to traditional, litigated divorce and mediation, there are some misconceptions and myths about how the process works and whether choosing a collaborative divorce is a smart decision. Here are some common myths about collaborative divorce – and the real facts! 1. My legal interests aren’t protected unless I go to court. In…
Many people who are familiar with traditional divorce may not understand when you say you are considering a collaborative divorce. One aspect of the process that sets it apart from others is the fact that it enlists a team of specialized professionals who can help you navigate the many decisions that need to be made as you end your marriage. A collaborative divorce team of professionals may include: Collaborative Divorce Lawyers:Collaborative attorneys are required to have…
If you’re considering divorce, one of your many decisions will be what kind of divorce is best for you. There are three main types of divorce: CollaborationCollaborative divorce helps divorcing couples come to a mutually agreed upon, negotiated settlement without the threat of court. It offers a civilized, solutions-based approach to ending a relationship. Based upon consideration and respect, collaborative divorce also keeps a divorcing or separating couple in control of the process—rather than giving that control…
If you’re considering divorce, one of your many decisions will be what kind of divorce is best for you. There are three main types of divorce: CollaborationCollaborative divorce helps divorcing couples come to a mutually agreed upon, negotiated settlement without the threat of court. It offers a civilized, solutions-based approach to ending a relationship. Based upon consideration and respect, collaborative divorce also keeps a divorcing or separating couple in control of the process—rather than giving that control…
Recent headlines in newspapers, magazines and on television proclaim that millennials are causing lower divorce rates than previous generations, in large part because of what they have seen in their own parents’ divorces and how divorce has traditionally been portrayed in the media. Millennials are Causing the US Divorce Rate to Plummet – CBS News You Can Thank Millennials for the Declining Divorce Rate, Study Says – Huffington Post Now Millennials are Ruining Divorce Too…