As more and more people are turning towards a non-adversarial way to resolve their divorces, a new approach to the process called collaborative law has emerged. In the colloborative process, each party has their own attorney, however, prior to going forward with the divorce, all of the parties must agree to set aside adversarial strategies and further agree to not litigate their case. The parties will sit down with their respective attorneys and attempt to resolve their divorce without litigation. When parties are capable of working together to resolve their divorce, collaborative law is a great and cost efficient way to move their case forward.
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