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Why Collaborative Divorce Makes Sense

The majority of couples who are going through divorce will have their share of disagreements over the details of the split. In many cases that would be an understatement. Even in the most cordial of relationships, each spouse generally has their own expectations and points of view with regard to...
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Deciding Which Method of Getting a Divorce Is Best

Deciding on the best approach to resolve the issues that arise during divorce will depend largely on the parties’ personalities and the issues involved in the case.  In order for the collaborative approach to be successful the parties have to be able to trust one another.  The process is transparent...
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The “New Jersey Family Collaborative Law Act”

Since 2005, family law attorneys in New Jersey have participated in the dispute resolution method known as collaborative divorce practice, in which an attorney is retained for the limited purpose of assisting his client in resolving family disputes in a voluntary, non-adversarial manner, without court intervention.  Following the passage of...
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