Collaborative divorce is an alternative to a traditional litigated divorce. In a collaborative divorce, there are disputes between the spouses and each person has an attorney to advise them. However, instead of court filings and hearings, the parties choose to resolve their difference through structured discussions and negotiations.
Key aspects of collaborative divorce include:
The collaborative divorce process requires a team effort between the parties, the attorneys, and any outside experts required in order to receive the benefits of the process.