The collaborative law process offer an alternative to a litigated divorce. It is a structured, supportive process that helps families reduce conflict and reach a fair settlement out of court. Collaborative divorce is more expensive than mediation because two attorneys are involved but share the same goals.
Each spouse works with their own collaboratively trained attorney. The parties and the attorneys sign an agreement to work towards a settlement without going to court.
You remain in charge because the final agreement has to be approved by you.