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Collaborative Dissolution of Marriage

Collaborative Divorce Under Florida Law

two hands signing two papers with two glasses of water on the tableCollaborative divorce is the newest method of alternative dispute resolution in family law. The attorneys for both sides agree to assist the clients in resolving conflicts by imputing cooperative techniques rather than adversarial strategies and litigation. All parties involved commit themselves to achieving a negotiated outcome. It is agreed that no litigation will be commenced during the negotiations. The goal in collaborative dissolution of marriage is to reach a settlement before the issue goes to court. Many clients favor this process because it is fast and avoids costly litigation. If the parties are unable to come to an agreement then both sides start over and file a standard divorce with a new attorney.

After the parties come to an agreement, the attorneys draft a marital settlement agreement. Courts typically accept the marital settlement agreements, however the judge can reject it if it is unfair to one party. Hire an experienced collaborative divorce attorney at NeJame Law today to help guide you through this process and reach the best possible outcome for your case.

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If you are in need of one of our divorce attorneys in Orlando or anywhere else throughout Central Florida contact us for a case evaluation. We will be honored to assist you.

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