A collaborative divorce is similar to a mediated divorce, with one major difference. In a mediated divorce, the spouses hire one, unbiased mediator to solve the terms of the divorce. In a collaborative divorce, each spouse hires their own attorney to solve the terms of the divorce.
The spouses usually meet with their lawyers privately to discuss the spouse’s wants and needs. Then, all four parties meet to negotiate the terms of the divorce. This process continues until an agreement is reached.
If an agreement cannot be reached, then the spouses must continue with their divorce in court.
A collaborative divorce can save a couple more time and money than a traditional, contested divorce. Collaborative divorce also gives the couple more control over the final terms of their divorce. Also, a collaborative divorce can foster a more polite, cooperative relationship between the ex-spouses.
The collaborative divorce process is inherently a little more adversarial because each spouse has hired a lawyer to ensure they receive fair treatment in the marital settlement agreement. If spouses cannot agree to an uncontested divorce, then the iDivorceForms service is not the right path. But if spouses can, by any means, agree to the terms of their divorce, then iDivorceForms can save them money and expedite the divorce process.
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