People in McKinney often hear stories in the news or from friends and family about the difficulties, angst and emotional upheaval that descends upon husbands and wives who have made the decision to divorce. While this does happen often, considering a collaborative law approach can help families maintain respect and courtesy through the process. Goals for the end result can be determined and set.
In our previous post, we began looking at the topic of alternative ways to resolve divorce cases. We’ve already mentioned litigation, negotiated divorces, and mediation. Here we’ll make extended mention of a process frequently referred to as collaborative divorce. Collaborative divorce refers to an arrangement whereby a couple agrees to resolve their differences outside the adversarial process,
As our readers know, many by experience, divorce can be a challenging thing to go through. A couple that has a lot turbulence in their marriage will likely have some degree of turbulence in their divorce. Several factors can play into how badly the divorce goes, including the partners’ willingness to let go of past hurts and work out their differences, their desire to end a marriage on the best