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Collaborative divorce may assist in reaching fair resolution

When many people think of divorce they picture heated arguments over everything from property division to child custody and spousal support. Though some divorce cases wind up proceeding to litigation, the reality is that the vast majority of marriage dissolutions are settled through negotiations. This, of course, does not mean that there are not heated arguments. For these individuals, though, the matter can be more challenging. Those Redondo Beach residents who are able to have calm and reasonable conversations with their soon-to-be ex-spouse may want to consider a collaborative divorce, as it can ensure a fair and favorable resolution without the headache of months of conflict.

What is a collaborative divorce? It is a process through which parties come together to find common ground in their divorce through open and honest communication. The spouses often enter into a written agreement where they promise to negotiate in good faith and with fairness. Although each party is often represented by his or her own attorney, one hallmark of the collaborative divorce process is the ability to turn to experts to help ensure a fair resolution.

The experts involved in the collaborative divorce process depend upon the facts at hand, but they can be quite extensive to fit the couple's needs. For example, if spouses are struggling with property division because they disagree over the value of certain assets, then an expert in valuation can be brought in to give an objective assessment that the parties can work from. Other experts may include accountants, children's therapists, and even divorce coaches.

No two divorces are the same. However, regardless of whether one is facing a highly contested fight or a more amicable split, divorcing individuals need to make sure that they protect themselves throughout the marriage dissolution process. Those who fail to do so could be left disadvantaged post-divorce, which is completely unfair. For this reason, those considering divorce may want to discuss their situation with a qualified family law professional to better assess their legal options.

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