The concepts of a Collaborative Divorce are simple by definition. The couple settles the issues amicably, thus eliminating the need for divorce litigation. But many couples do not understand the details of a Collaborative Divorce. Here are five common misconceptions about Collaborative Divorce. Collaborative Divorce is Expensive – False Collaborative Divorce will cost you money, but it … [Read more...] about 5 Common Misconceptions About Collaborative Divorce
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As the name might imply, a “Gray” divorce is a divorce between spouses who are older. But it is as much about the issues involved when older couples divorce, as their age. Thus, spouses in their 50s with retirement accounts and grown children are included in this same category of divorce. What is Driving the Increase in Gray Divorces? No-fault divorce has made at-fault divorces … [Read more...] about What is a “Gray” Divorce?
There is a divorce joke that goes, “Why does divorce cost so much? Because it’s worth it!” This may be humorous but it’s not very funny, certainly not when thousands of dollars of legal expenses are adding up. There are smarter and less expensive ways to get a divorce than without litigating in the court system. Court is Often Unnecessary Despite what TV and movies would lead you to believe, … [Read more...] about Why Should I Want to Stay Out of Divorce Court?
A divorce case can be high-stress and extremely emotional, and these two factors can cloud many people’s judgement when going through a divorce. To better understand what to not overlook in a divorce case, here are three common mistakes that happen in a divorce. Not Looking for Alternative Options The number one mistake I see is not considering Mediation or Collaborative Divorce and going … [Read more...] about Three Common Mistakes Couples Make in Their Divorce