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Collaborative divorce law


Collaborative divorce law is a unique way to resolve the issues between the parties outside the court. It is an effort to settle down the disputes and proving a fair negotiation. When both the parties enter into the collaborative process, they decide to stay out of the court. The lawyers should be appointed who are professionals in collaborative law.

Both the parties in the collaborative law sign a participation agreement where all the efforts are made to get a fair settlement. It includes the following terms:

  • Disclosure of documents: Both parties should freely disclose all their information to each other and their lawyers.
  • Children: If children are involved there issues should be the first priority
  • Experts view: Your attorneys have more experience and knowledge about the collaborative law. Feel free to talk to them about your case.
  • Fair settlement: The primary objective of this law is to make the settlement fair. Both parties should create win-win situation.
  • No court: Once the party enters into an agreement they cannot seek for courts action.

If any of the spouses decide to walk out of the process, their respective lawyers have to withdraw the case. The collaborative law is same like family law. The only difference is there is no government involvement. The process is entirely confidential.

Issues resolved with collaborative divorce law:

  • Legal separation and Tax issues
  • Child custody
  • Visitation
  • Child support and Adoption
  • Division of property and Debt division
  • Valuation of assets and other issues

If children are involved, their issues should be the priority. For this even child expert are appointed who can explain the children view clearly. Other than child expert, financial analyst and coaches are also appointed to make sure that settlement is fair.

Steps in the collaborative divorce law:

To enter into the process of collaborative divorce law there should be two parties. Both the parties should be aware with the benefits of the process. Following are the steps in collaborative law:

  1. Get the information online along with the collaborative law agreement
  2. Plan the meeting with your spouse to discuss the issues and share the printed information.
  3. Select the lawyers who are expert in the collaborative law. You can get the listings of the lawyers from divorce source professional directory
  4. Consult the necessary point with your attorney along with the details of the process.
  5. The collaborative divorce laws then begin with the four members meeting of both parties and their respective attorneys.
  6. They come together and try to resolve the issues. Once the issues are resolved they sign a joint collaborative agreement.

Advantages of collaborative divorce law:

It is less expensive and does not take much of our time. The conversations between the team are informal. Stress and court interference can be avoided; protection to the child can be given through this process. The focus is to resolve the disputes by avoiding violation. The relationship between the parties is maintained. The settlement made is acceptable by both the parties.


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