Does Collaborative Divorce work the same way throughout North America?

Collaborative divorce focuses on achieving a mutual resolution, and may have slight differences depending on where you live in North America.

By Divorce Magazine
July 30, 2008
CT FAQs/Collaborative Law

"Does Collaborative Divorce work the same way throughout the United States and Canada?"

Collaborative Divorce uses the same basic model throughout North America -- that of two collaborative lawyers who negotiate together with both clients with an agreement not to resort to litigation. However, specific rules and norms may vary depending on your area. Please contact your lawyer and/or your local collaborative-law group if you have questions about how the process usually works in your state or province.

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By Divorce Magazine| July 30, 2008
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