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Collaborative Divorce and Mediation Alternatives to Litigation: Similar But Different

September 9, 2020

While collaborative divorce and mediation are similar in that you have control of all the important decisions and both involve outside professionals for help negotiating a settlement agreement, collaborative divorce can be a better choice when the divorce involves complex financial decisions or challenging issues with parenting time and you want to avoid a traditional adversarial…

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Collaborative Divorce: Is It Legally Binding?

August 12, 2020

Collaborative divorce is a results-focused, out-of-court process used to facilitate disputes between parents over child custody and support, distribution of property, and other related matters. When a couple is committed to resolving their issues in a constructive and respectable atmosphere, a collaborative divorce lawyer can help. Many people may not be aware that a collaborative…

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Collaborative Divorce Benefits Families in Kansas City

July 8, 2020

A collaborative divorce is often the best option for families going through a marriage breakup. Hiring an attorney who is trained in collaborative divorce can help as the parties navigate the process. A collaborative divorce attorney is a specially trained divorce attorney who helps guide discussions and develops creative solutions between you and your spouse. The…

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Collaborative Divorce vs Contested Divorce: Alternative Solutions

June 10, 2020

Collaborative divorce is often a better solution ending your marriage. Especially, when both parties are interested in active participation in the process. Getting divorced can be difficult for everyone involved, and some divorces are more difficult than others. The most challenging – and the most expensive form of divorce – is litigating in court, which…

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Collaborative Divorce: Creative, Respectful Solutions

May 13, 2020

Collaborative divorce makes it possible to get a divorce without going through an adversarial court proceeding. As a viable method for better meeting the needs of the parties involved, collaborative divorce is a more efficient process and more importantly, far less destructive,  than a traditional divorce proceeding.  In a collaborative divorce, the divorcing spouses, their…

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Collaborative Divorce vs Traditional Divorce: A Better Solution!

April 8, 2020

Collaborative divorce can be a better choice for many couples in Overland Park and North Kansas City, depending on the particular circumstances. Getting divorced is never easy, either legally, financially or emotionally. When children are involved, it can be even more complex and difficult. If you and your spouse are considering getting divorced, you owe…

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Collaborative Divorce A Better Option For Negotiating Settlement Agreements

February 12, 2020

Choosing collaborative divorce is a popular alternative to a traditional divorce for many couples. As a more interest-based bargaining approach to dissolving a marriage, it focuses on helping both spouses reach an agreement that is best for everyone concerned. There are many legal issues involved in obtaining a divorce; fortunately, a collaborative divorce attorney knows the complexities…

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Collaborative Divorce Promotes Marriage Resolution Without Animosity

December 25, 2019

Collaborative divorce helps divorcing couples resolve all their marital issues without animosity. When both spouses reach a mutually satisfying agreement out of court, especially when they have children together, the entire experience will be much less stressful and the potential for future problems can be avoided.   You and your spouse should decide together how you want…

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