Legal Advice for Collaborative Divorce — 189 results
Written by attorney Maxwell Livingston, over 2 years ago.
Sometimes, it's better to proceed straight to court. While mediation should be encouraged almost all the time, there are instances in which it's better to avoid mediation.
Written by attorney Sandra Crawford, over 4 years ago.
Understand that you have choices when deciding on what process to use Litigation is no longer the only choice available to individuals facing divorce. Today there are several process... more
Written by attorney Glen B Goldman, almost 3 years ago.
During your marriage, you were collaboratively building your nest egg for the future. But in a divorce, what happens to your retirement funds, your home, and your debts?
Dividing assets is... more
Written by attorney Sondra Bennaeim, about 5 years ago.
WHAT IS A COLLABORATIVE DIVORCE? A collaborative divorce is a method of resolving issues pertaining to divorce with a team of professionals in which you craft your own agreement. You must... more
Written by attorney Angela I. Green, about 3 years ago.
you are divorcing and are contemplating to use divorce mediation or
collaborative divorce as a process for divorce, you will learn to set aside
your differences and resolve the... more
Written by attorney Teresa Cole, over 3 years ago.
There are a number of different options available to you to try to resolve your issues with your spouse: 1) Collaborative Divorce; 2) Mediation; 3) Direct Negotiation; and 4) Litigation.... more
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Written by attorney Ali Ebrahimzadeh, about 5 years ago.
Seek an honest and caring attorney as a mediator. Collaborative divorce is a cheaper, more friendly option than litigation and usually creates better and longer-lasting resolutions than... more
Written by attorney Tajara Dommershausen, almost 4 years ago.
In addition to the traditional divorcelitigation representation,both collaborative divorce and divorce mediation services are ways to proceed with a divorce in a much less aggressive manner.... more
Written by attorney Matthew Abatemarco, over 4 years ago.
What is your ultimate goal? Determine what is most important to you. For example, if you believe that working together with your spouse to co-parent your children is a top priority, then... more