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Cook County cooperative divorce attorney Kevin O'Flaherty explains collaborative divorce and cooperative divorce in Illinois.
In this article, our Cook County collaborative divorce lawyers explain cooperative divorce and collaborative divorce in Cook County, Illinois. Collaborative law divorce and coopertive divorce are potentially more cost-effective alternatives to traditional divorce. In both a cooperative divorce and collaborative divorce, the parties agree to attempt to resolve the issues in a divorce including child support, child custody, spousal maintenance, and asset division outside of court. This potentially saves the parties significant amounts of money and stress by avoiding litigation.
Cook County collaborative divorce attorney Kevin O'Flaherty explains the qualities to look for in your cooperative divorce lawyer.
In this article, our Cook County cooperative divorce attorneys explain the difference between collaborative divorce and cooperative divorce. While both collaborative divorce and cooperative divorce involve the parties agreeing to freely exchange information and settle as many issues as possible outside of court, sometimes settlement negotiations break down on some or all issues. The difference between a collaborative divorce and a cooperative divorce is that in a collaborative divorce each party's attorney agrees not to continue to represent their clients in any litigation, while in a cooperative divorce the same attorneys can continue to represent their clients if litigation is necessary. Our collaborative divorce lawyers explain the pros and cons of each strategy in this article.
Cook County cooperative divorce attorney Kevin O'Flaherty explains family mediation.
In this article, our Cook County collaborative divorce lawyers explain family mediation and how it relates to collaborative divorce and cooperative divorce. In collaborative and cooperative divorces, the parties attempt to resolve their issues with the assitance of their attorneys outside of court. In a family mediation, the parties and their attorneys also work with a third party professional mediator to facilitate settlement. Mediation can be initiated after the collaborative or cooperative divorce process has been initiated as an alternative to litigation in order to resolve difficult issues.