The collaborative approach is best suited for parties who are willing to work together and are open to compromise but who need help and guidance along the way. The collaborative process utilizes a certified public accountant and a mental health professional. This process of collaboration allows the professionals and the parties to have monthly meetings to go over the agenda to move the case forward amicably.
Collaborative law can be beneficial because it:
Saves time and money.
Keeps decision-making power within the family and out of the hands of judges.
Can result in a more agreeable solution.
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