Overall, the collaborative divorce process can be less costly than litigation or going to court. By focusing on resolving issues through cooperation instead of opposition, the divorce process is generally less stressful and reduces the anxiety that court proceedings can cause. As mutual agreement is usually reached much faster, a collaborative divorce can also be less time consuming. By giving the spouses and their attorneys control over the proceedings, the outcome can be much more positive than a traditional divorce held in a courtroom.
Spouses that are able to work together in this manner oftentimes find the collaborative divorce model beneficial. To learn more about collaborative divorce, call 480.464.1111 to speak with JacksonWhite’s Family Law team or schedule a consultation with Mesa AZ Divorce Attorney Tim Durkin.