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I am always asked, “Why should I use the collaborative process?” There are many reasons. Many couples are fortunate that they can calmly work out what they want to do with their children and their property even though they are getting a divorce. These couples can usually simply hire an attorney to do an uncontested divorce.
But there are many other couples who don’t want to subject themselves to a battle with all of the pain and uncertainty that might inflict on their children. They have tried to work out a parenting plan but they just can’t agree. The collaborative process allows them to:
The parents may come in convinced that they cannot solve this problem without a judge deciding for them. The collaborative process allows the parents (with the assistance of all of the professionals in the process) to fashion their own solution that works for their family.
To get a Georgia divorce on "no-fault" grounds, one spouse must show that they cannot live with the other spouse. They must also show that there is no chance that the spouses will change their minds. Georgia divorce laws do not require one spouse to show there is any misconduct by the other spouse.
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