Divorce can be an incredibly difficult process for a Pennsylvania couple. Many people choosing to end their marriage wonder if there is any way to eliminate unnecessary complications from the process. For some of these couples, collaborative law provides alternatives to costly and stressful litigation during an already difficult time.
Divorce doesn't have to bring out the worst in people. For divorcing couples who choose to work together, there is a process that provides them with control, flexibility and confidentiality to make their own decisions.
The word divorce is generally brings up visions of long, drawn-out court battles, arguments over who gets the vacation pictures and children used as pawns against each parent. It doesn't have to be this way, though. Collaborative divorce is becoming more and more popular as many people seek a calmer, fairer and faster means of getting a divorce decree and getting on with their lives.