Represented Husband in Collaborative Divorce
Rob Hill recently represented a husband in a divorce involving custody, parenting time, spousal maintenance, child support, and various pieces of property. With the assistance of counsel and a neutral accountant, the husband and wife were able to reach an agreement on all issues after three extended meetings. The spouses never saw the inside of a courthouse.
Collaborative divorce uses a team approach to resolve issues more efficiently than going to court and litigating. Using a team approach, the parties are assisted by their attorneys and child specialists, financial specialists, and other experts who work as neutrals.
As part of the collaborative process, the spouses and their attorneys sign an agreement to resolve the divorce out of court. While a spouse is free to leave the process at any time, and unfortunately some do, the process is successful because the spouses see how efficient and responsive the process is in resolving their divorce.
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