The concept behind collaborative divorce is that both parties hire attorneys trained in collaborative divorce to negotiate a fair settlement of the issues of the marriage, including property, debt and issues involving the children. Both parties agree to come to a resolution of their case without going through the traditional advocacy litigation process. The use of financial experts and mental health counselors may be used to help resolve the issues.
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