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Considering a Collaborative Divorce

In many divorces, parties and their lawyers have a “win-lose” approach toward litigation.  A divorce case becomes a zero-sum game.  But in a collaborative divorce, parties use mediation and negotiation to settle their divorce. This collaborative approach can help resolve a divorce in a peaceful, less expensive manner.

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