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In a collaborative law divorce you and your spouse use mediation and negotiations to settle your divorce. You both get the benefit of legal advice, but you have more control over the timeline and process. The final outcome is usually better for you, your family, and your estate.

Key Benefits of Collaborative Law Divorce

Less Expensive

In a collaborative law divorce, you aren’t spending money on traditional litigation with large legal teams and assistance to handle the complex delegation.

Less Stressful

A collaborative divorce is handled outside the courtroom and in a more peaceful environment. The parties involved are there is negotiate and come to a reasonable and fair resolution. This process is usually less stressful for the couple and kids if they’re involved.

Fair Negotiations

A collaborative law divorce takes place in a neutral setting, such as an office or conference room. You and your spouse are meant to participate in a positive and open discussion, with the goal of an agreeable resolution.

Less Time

Since you’re not using the courtroom to handle your divorce, you don’t have to wait on the your attorney’s schedule or the judge’s calendar.

It is important to have the right team of collaborative divorce lawyers on your side. Divorce Lawyer, Natalie Gregg is a member of the Collaborative Divorce Texas. You expect Natalie and her team to handle your collaborative law divorce case with compassion and provide you with the attention to detail you and your family deserve. Contact us today for a consultation. 

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