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7 Key Elements of Collaborative Divorce Participation Agreements

Collaborative divorce is all about trying to reach comprehensive out-of-court agreement on all the issues incident to a divorce. But before soon-to-be former spouses can collaborate, they have to agree to try to agree in the first place. Entering into a collaborative divorce participation agreement is a key foundational element in the collaborative divorce process....

The long awaited Collaborative Law Center has finally opened. The center, the first court-based collaborative law center in the country, offers New Yorkers an alternative to resolving their divorce through litigation, which is often emotionally economically draining. In the collaborative process, the parties agree not to go to court, and, instead, each hires a specially-trained...

I was one seventy five fortunate attorneys trained in collaborative law, as part of an initiative by Chief Judge Kaye to create the first publicly funded collaborative law center. The Texas Collaborative Law Blog offers a great overview of  the collaborative law process of resolving divorces and other matrimonial actions without resort to litigation and...

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