Collaborative attorneys and related professionals charge hourly rates for their services. The process is organized and efficient, with the most significant savings realized by avoiding costly litigation. Without court battles, there is no need for legal discovery, an expensive quest for pertinent information which often requires digging for financial records, multiple property valuations and other details that could sway a legal outcome before a judge.
In the Collaborative Process, the parties easily provide all necessary information. Collaborative participants never spend hours waiting in a courtroom, nervous to argue their position before a judge who will decide their family’s fate. The parties and their counsel directly and actively resolve any points of dispute, which do arise, together at the conference room table.
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