Once the collaborative divorce process beings, all agreements set forth in the participation agreement must be followed. All parties engage in brainstorming to focus on resolution instead of acting as adversaries. Once a divorce agreement is reached through collaborative law, one lawyer will draft legal documents that detail the agreements. Finally, the documents are then submitted to the court for approval where they become legally binding. The entire divorce can then come to more of a peaceful close without having to go through a court hearing.
Each divorce is different, and sometimes the divorce process can become complicated. That’s why it can be a great idea to schedule a consultation with a skilled collaborative divorce attorney who can assess your particular situation. Jackson White’s Family Law team and Mesa AZ collaborative divorce attorney Tim Durkin can help you find a solution to your needs, call (480) 779-7972 to schedule a consultation regarding your case.