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3 collaborative divorce myths debunked

When you and your spouse decide to divorce, you can become emotionally overwhelmed. You have the children to think about. Life as you know it will change. The two of you will disassemble everything you have, and make new plans to move forward. How you decide to divorce could make all the difference. Collaborative divorce is often quicker, less stressful, and creates more positive relationships in the future than traditional divorce.

Are mediation and collaborative divorce the same thing?

If you're currently in the throes of a divorce or separation, you might be struggling to quickly learn the new legal lingo, not to mention the laws that go along with it. This can be frustrating for some considering the fact that some terms are used synonymously with one another despite being two different things.

What are the benefits of going through collaborative divorce?

When it comes to divorce, most people would rather end things amicably then drag out the process in front of a judge. With collaborative divorce, this is possible and, in most cases, significantly less expensive than traditional divorce proceedings.

Collaboration (collaborative law) can help secure good solutions for bad situations

Collaboration law can HelpWhen people get married, they typically don't expect to get divorced. They don't expect that they'll fall out of love with their spouse or become so bitter and angry that they can't even be in the same room as the other person. And they don't expect that they might do or say things they would later regret.

Is it always wise to play nice during divorce?

In recent years, we have seen a dramatic shift in how matters are resolved in a divorce. Rather than taking every case to court, most people are able to address and solve various issues through measures like mediation or collaborative divorce.

What is collaborative divorce and how does it work?

Most people are familiar with the process of dissolving a marriage through mediation. Considered more cost effective and less stressful than traditional divorce proceedings, mediation gives couples a chance to make all of the major decisions about their divorce instead of leaving it up to a judge, who may be a complete stranger to both spouses.

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