Collaborative divorce gives spouses the opportunity to work out the terms of their divorce and resolve their divorce issues without having to do so in court. It signifies an effort to settle differences in a positive and cooperative manner that resolves issues such as child custody, division of assets and alimony. In this type of divorce, spouses and their lawyers agree to stay out of court and freely share information.
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