Collaborative divorce is an alternative to the traditional divorce process that is less adversarial and sometimes more cost effective. Collaborative divorce can work if both spouses are committed to compromise and reaching an agreeable resolution to their issues.
Collaborative divorce has several advantages over the traditional process:
During a collaborative divorce, each spouse works with his or her own divorce attorney and, in a series of group sessions, comes to an agreement on all issues including custody, visitation, child support, spousal support and division of the marital estate. Divorcing couples can get creative and customize solutions that work for them and their families.
The attorneys at Tessmer Law Firm, PLLC, can explain the collaborative process and help you decide if it is right for your situation. Call us for a consultation and let us use our expertise to help you through this difficult time.