How can someone keep their cost down as well as expedite their divorce process?

By Rosalyn Charles
September 22, 2016

The meditative and the collaborative divorce process will assist something of that nature because it allows all parties to sit together and actually look each other in the eye and get to the heart of what it is that needs to be resolved as you dissolve what could be a very short-term or very long-term relationship. The meditative and collaborative divorce process cut down on cost substantially. The reason it does so is because the individuals, two most important people in the litigation – that being the husband and the wife, the husband and the husband, the wife and the wife, whatever the relationship is comprised of – are able to directly look at each other in the eye, with the assistance of other parties, and get to the heart of what’s really important to them and how they’re going to resolve those issues.

Rosalyn Charles is a family lawyer practicing in Newark, New Jersey. To learn more about her firm, RC Charles Esquire, visit her profile or

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