Fear is one of the primary obstacles to a peaceful, efficient resolution in a divorce case. However, fear is extremely normal and present in almost all situations with divorcing couples. The early stages of divorce are the hardest and scariest because people have had their world rocked, especially if they were not the person who decided to end the relationship. There is a lot of uncertainty. [Read more...] about Fear and Divorce
There are many reasons someone would want to stay out of court in their divorce case. 1. Being in control of your divorce process You have more flexibility and creativity with settlement options to get each person the most of what's important to them. The best divorce solutions for people are ones that they come up with on their own. In court, the judge makes the decision for you. [Read more...] about Why Should Someone Want To Stay Out of Court In Their Divorce Case?
If you have gone through a divorce, or if you have been there for a divorcing friend or family member, you know it can be stressful, expensive, and even destructive. Traditional litigated divorce is an adversarial system designed to pit spouses against one another, increasing fear, distrust, and animosity. It frequently leaves important decisions up to a judge, and not to the parties [Read more...] about Collaborative Divorce: Divorce Without Destruction