Would Collaborative Law Work for You?
Is Collaborative Law a Good Choice for Me?
You should consider the Collaborative Law approach to divorce if...
Both you and your spouse are determined to behave in a respectful fashion toward one another when negotiating the settlement terms of your divorce.
Both you and your spouse understand the value of a well negotiated solution that meets the legitimate needs of both parties.
Both you and your spouse will commit your time, intelligence and energy toward creative problem solving rather than toward gaining revenge.
If you and your spouse meet the above profile and participate willingly in the Collaborative Law process, you will most likely...
Save money on legal fees and court fees.
Protect your child(ren) from unnecessary emotional trauma.
Come to an agreement that is best suited to meet both of your needs.
Recover from the broken relationship with less, if any, negative feelings towards your spouse.
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COLLABORATIVE DIVORCE FASTER AND CHEAPER – A collaborative divorce is generally cheaper and moves faster than a litigated divorce. According to the Collaborative Law Institute of Texas, instead of a typical 18-month, $14,000 process through litigation, a collaborative divorce takes an average of 18 weeks and $9,000 to complete.
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