My spouse wants to use the Collaborative process for our divorce.

My spouse wants to use the Collaborative process for our divorce. Is there any reason why we wouldn't want to use this process?

By Divorce Magazine
September 25, 2013
CA FAQs/Collaborative Law

Collaborative law is a very useful process, though it is not for everyone. The primary benefits of collaborative divorces tend to be privacy, a stronger and more stable agreement, and a lower level of acrimony. The drawbacks are that the process can be cumbersome because it requires multiple experts to be involved in every step of the process. This can result in higher fees and a longer process than a traditional divorce, depending on the complexity of the issues.

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By Divorce Magazine| September 25, 2013
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