When a couple is confronted with the prospect of going through a divorce they have three basic process options. They can try working things out on their own at the kitchen table, working through lawyers in the litigation process or using the collaborative process. The kitchen table process is cheap but incredibly difficult for most couples unless they have no significant assets, no … [Read more...] about Collaborative Divorce – The Cadillac of Divorce Processes
The collaborative divorce process has a completely different orientation from the litigation process and the adversary system that grounds the litigation process. The collaborative divorce process is focused on trying to find real solutions to real problems. The litigation process is mainly focused on finding who is at fault, what the damages are and who must pay those damages. For … [Read more...] about Fix the Blame or Fix the Problem?