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Key Elements & Steps Commonly Involved in the Collaborative Process

Engaging in a collaborative process can offer a constructive pathway through the challenging landscape of family law disputes. By prioritizing mutual respect and open communication, this approach aims to minimize conflict, promote mutual understanding, and foster more equitable resolutions. Here are key elements and steps typically involved in the collaborative process: 1.     Agreement to Collaborate: Both …

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5 Common Misconceptions About the Collaborative Process

The collaborative divorce process is a method of resolving disputes and reaching a settlement agreement without going to court. While it has gained popularity as an alternative to traditional litigation, there are some common misconceptions about the collaborative divorce process. Here are five misconceptions about collaborative divorce: In conclusion, understanding these five nuances of the …

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Why the Collaborative Process is Better Than Litigation

For many years, families have had to experience not only the hardship and circumstances that led them to initiate a family case; but also endure exposure to the negative experiences associated with traditional litigation. It is often said that litigation is the improper arena in which to handle family matters. The reason being – Family …

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Is a Collaborative Divorce More Expensive Than Traditional Divorce?

When an individual first learns about the Collaborative Process, their initial perception of this alternative to litigation is that it must be more expensive. The reason for that perception has to do with the number of professionals involved in the process. A Collaborative Team includes four professionals: each participant’s attorney, a neutral facilitator, and a …

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