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Collaborative law can be a less stressful form of divorce

If you and your spouse have come to the difficult decision to get a divorce, you both would likely prefer to do it in the least painful manner possible. Since it is already a big change for everyone involved, most people are looking to have it go as smoothly as possible. If parties are willing to communicate, there is one type of divorce that can be favorable for the parties involved. This type of divorce is often referred to as collaborative divorce.

The collaborative divorce process is different from traditional divorce in a few ways. First of all, rather than a he-versus-she situation, it is meant to be a situation in which parties communicate. Instead of drawing lines in the sand, people are encouraged to communicate with the use of a lawyer who is trained in the collaborate law process. Professionals specializing in child care, finances and divorce coaches can add a valuable perspective for both parties involved.

This process can be beneficial for the divorcing couple, and also for any children involved. When children witness parents talking out their specific viewpoints rather than fighting over them, it can be a less stressful process for them as well. That's why so many parents are considering collaborative law as a viable process in which to handle their divorce. It is important to understand that both parties must agree to a non-litigation clause which reiterates the parties' convictions to talk through the process.

Collaborative law can be a less stressful way to divorce. That's why this means of divorce is gaining rapidly in popularity among Cranberry Township couples. It's not unfathomable to think that this could be a possibility for you and your spouse. Truly, it is up to the couple to decide how to approach the divorce process.

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