Collaborative Law v. Traditional Divorce: What is Right for Me?

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Increasingly, individuals faced with the prospect of seeking an orderly and fair dissolution of their marriage are beginning to consider non-traditional methods to resolve disputes and complete the divorce process. It is important for anyone who is forced to venture into the murky waters of terminating a marriage to be aware of collaborative law, what it is and how it works, in order to make a fully informed decision as to what method would be best for them. Collaborative law is a different way of doing business. It assists parties in winding down the marriage relationship in a setting that allows for conversation and compromise and affords clients the opportunity to forge their own understanding.

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