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Collaborative divorce

Collaborative divorce is a process that allows couples to reach a settlement without going to court. This approach focuses on cooperation rather than conflict. It is a process that allows both parties to work with their attorneys to reach a mutually acceptable resolution.

Collaborative divorce can be less stressful, less expensive, and less time-consuming than traditional litigation.

In Florida, the collaborative divorce process begins with both parties signing a participation agreement. This agreement outlines the terms of the collaborative process and sets the tone for a respectful and productive negotiation.

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The participation agreement also states that if the process fails and the case goes to court, the attorneys involved in the collaborative process cannot represent their clients in litigation. This is meant to incentivize everyone involved to work towards a settlement and avoid the expense and uncertainty of litigation.

The collaborative process involves a series of meetings between the parties and their attorneys. During these meetings, the parties work together to identify and resolve the issues in their divorce.

These meetings may also include neutral experts, such as financial advisors or mental health professionals, to provide guidance on specific issues.

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Once an agreement is reached, the parties will present it to the court for approval. If the agreement is approved, it becomes a court order and is enforceable by law. Collaborative divorce is particularly well-suited for couples who have children and want to minimize the impact of the divorce on their family.

At Ostrovsky Law, we can help you navigate the collaborative divorce process. Danielle Ostrovsky will work closely with you to understand your unique circumstances and goals and guide you toward a resolution that works for you and your family. Danielle is committed to providing her clients personalized and compassionate service and will be with you every step of the way.

If you are considering a collaborative divorce, contact Ostrovsky Law today to schedule a consultation and learn more about how we can help you achieve a successful resolution.

Collaborative Divorce FAQs

Collaborative divorce offers several benefits, including:

  • Greater control: Both spouses have more control over the outcome of the divorce, as they actively participate in the decision-making process.
  • Privacy: Collaborative divorce proceedings are generally confidential and take place outside of the public courtroom.
  • Reduced conflict: The collaborative process aims to minimize conflict, making it less stressful for both spouses and any children involved.
  • Customized solutions: Collaborative divorce allows for creative solutions tailored to the specific needs and interests of the family.

You can find a collaborative divorce attorney by contacting your local bar association or by searching online. If you are considering a collaborative divorce, contact Ostrovsky Law today to schedule a consultation and learn more about how we can help you achieve a successful resolution.

Both uncontested and collaborative divorces offer alternatives to the traditional adversarial approach, providing couples with more control over the outcome of their divorce and potentially reducing the emotional and financial costs associated with litigation. The choice between the two depends on the level of cooperation between the parties and their willingness to work together to reach a resolution.

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