Collaborative Divorce Process
Denton, TX Family Law Attorney David S. Bouschor, II briefly goes over what happens in a collaborative divorce process.
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Well, when you have two parents or two parties that decide they don’t want to go to court and they want to settle their case using the collaborative law process, both parties will hire attorneys that are collaboratively trained. The attorneys that are collaboratively trained will communicate. They will set up meetings. They will invite other professionals that are neutrals that may be needed to settle the case, such as financial people or child specialists. And then they will meet and go through a process whereby they gather information, they evaluate the information. They then have negotiations about who’s going to get what, and at the end of those negotiations, when you come up with something that both of them can live with, you end up doing your final paperwork and having a judge sign it and they’re divorced.