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What is a Collaborative Divorce?

Collaborative divorce is an option for couples entering the divorce process to make it easier emotionally and financially. The collaborative process can reduce the ultimate cost as well as the other people involved, such as the children. This process also allows the parties to have more control over their critical issues, rather than allowing a judge to dedicate how the divorce turns out; when in all reality the judge is just an outsider looking in. Also, this process is more private for individuals. Divorces are an emotional time, and being able to keep the divorce down to a minimal with how many people are involved can help with healing. A collaborative divorce can be summed up in one sentence: an amicable way to do a divorce. 

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