A collaborative setting gives children a voice with which to share their thoughts and feelings. They are also provided with an advocate to voice their concerns.
Splitting assets during divorce is challenging. The collaborative divorce process makes it easier. Working with Ogborne Law, we can help you through it.
Many couples lack strong communication and is part of the reason they are on the path to divorce. The ability to communicate is important during divorce proceedings.
In the state of Arizona, the court system suggests that your first route when going through a divorce is to utilize mediation. It’s also the core of collaborative divorce.
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.