Considering Collaborative Divorce Divorce. Even the word itself brings up all kinds of emotions—although most of them are negative.
Divorce is never easy. But it can be managed with collaborative divorce. These families understand that a change in address and marital status doesn’t keep them from being labeled “family.”
Divorce happens for nearly 50% of first marriages. For second and third marriages, the dissolution rate only increases. What if you could have a different attitude toward divorce?
Did you know the state of Arizona’s first choice for dissolving a marriage is mediation? Divorce plans here suggest mediation as the best option. It saves time, money, and emotional pain.
Divorce is expensive but not all divorces cost the same. The fact is that the divorce industry is a billion dollar business in America and contested divorces represent the bulk of it. Learn the true costs of divorce.
Divorce is an extremely painful experience for children. When done through the collaborative divorce process, families can help children understand what’s happening. See divorce through kid’s eyes.
Divorce doesn’t have to be a knock down, drag out fight between you and your ex-spouse. Mediation helps ensure everyone gets heard and everyone wins. It’s why mediation and working together is critical to collaborative divorce.
Now that the divorce is over, you’re adjusting to your life as a single parent. But what happens when your ex (or soon to be ex) has a new relationship? We’ve put together important things to consider when dealing with it.