By gathering financial information and projecting what your finances will look like in the future, a neutral financial advisor can be an enormous asset to your collaborative divorce.
Even though each spouse hires a lawyer, various other legal professionals, such as financial advisors, are shared. This can result in less legal fees, and an easier divorce overall.
Although most divorce cases settle out of court, the ones that use the collaborative divorce process are built by you and your lawyers to ease your transition into your post-divorce life.
Collaborative divorce goes a step further than even mediation by putting so much emphasis on cooperation that the lawyers must resign if their clients choose litigation.
In this podcast, New Jersey family lawyer Cynthia Brassington answers questions regarding the pros and cons of using alternative dispute resolution processes – including mediation and collaborative divorce.
Sometimes collaborative divorce gets used as a general nickname for divorcing parties coming…
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