Collaborative divorce considers more than just the legal issues. It looks at the big picture that includes the painful emotional issues in every breakup. In a collaborative divorce, each side reaches a fair solution and resolves differences.
Collaborative divorce is a big improvement over divorce war where spouses battle out who is going to get what.
Collaborative divorce spares children the blood and guts of litigation, which is something no child should see. Kids should not see their parents going to war.
However, collaborative divorce does not work for everyone or in every situation. It requires that the parties commit to working with and not against each other.
In a collaborative divorce, the parties reach a negotiated settlement without the costs and conflict that accompany traditional methods. Collaborative divorce is respectful and much less stressful than traditional litigation.