What are some of the advantages of choosing Collaborative Divorce?

By Shawn Weber
April 24, 2013

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Collaborative Divorce is the alternative to the traditional divorce. It enables parties to get a divorce without the "gotcha" tactics of traditional litigation. It enables parties to come up with a solution for their family that is best for their unique situation.

In a Collaborative Divorce, the parties can select two collaboratively-trained divorce attorneys that can help them resolve their issues without going to court. They can also select different professionals for their team, such as financial professionals, mental-health professionals, and child specialists to enable them to achieve a better result.

It's also your agreement. You have control of the divorce process. The parties decide what their divorce agreement will be, not a judge. With Collaborative Divorce, you can be divorced with your dignity, self-respect, and emotional well being intact.

Shawn Weber is a family-law attorney and divorce mediator with Brave, Weber & Mack in San Diego, CA.

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