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Why Choose A Collaborative Divorce?

You may not realize it, but there are options when it comes to filing for a divorce. While effective in getting results, litigation is not always the best choice for couples. When possible, you can collaborate with one another to reach resolutions and agreements, avoiding the courts and subsequent stress from those appearances.

Calfas Law Group, PLLC supports collaborative divorces when they are possible and can provide you with a list of benefits to this process.

Control Over The Resolution

Leaving the fate of your divorce in the hands of the courts is a stressful concept to come to terms with. However, you can have more control over the outcome of your divorce when opting for collaborative-based approaches. For example, mediation will require you to negotiate and communicate with a third-party individual. This individual will assist you and your ex-spouse in reaching a resolution that is suitable for both of you. Having this level of control in your outcomes is a huge benefit when considering collaborative divorce.

Avoiding Extra Fees

Litigation often means that you will end up in the courtroom. Over time, these appearances will lead to racking up courtroom fees. However, you can avoid these by utilizing collaborative approaches. By choosing to negotiate with your spouse, you will have fewer courtroom-based obligations to attend to, saving your money over time. This benefit is important, as you will have more funds to establish your own financial security after divorce.

Learning Important Lessons

As you go through a collaborative divorce, you will find that there is a lot to learn and gain throughout the process. It may be difficult to see the positives during this difficult time, but know that there are benefits. If you become a co-parent, you will have to continue communicating with your ex-spouse. By going through a collaborative divorce, you will have a head start in the positive co-parenting process, as negotiation and communication are critical.

Collaborative Divorce Attorneys

Do you think that a collaborative divorce is right for you? It is important to find attorneys that are willing to work with you in this process, providing you with the support and advice you need. The team at Calfas Law Group, PLLC is ready to provide you with the assistance that you need and deserve during this time.


Schedule a consultation with us (210) 405-8315 to discuss your divorce case.