We all are aware that divorce is hard on many levels. The two top worries of divorcing couples are the impact on their kids and their finances.
Collaborative divorce is aimed at helping couples divorce in a more cooperative and friendly way. The results are less animosity, greater control over the final agreement and better outcomes for our kids.
Collaborative divorce uses two lawyers, one financial person and a mental health professional to help guide you through the process. In addition to this resulting in better satisfaction for the entire family, this process is closed, meaning that your divorce decree will not be open to the public via the internet, as most decrees are.
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