Our Kane County collaborative divorce attorneys and Kane County cooperative divorce lawyers can facilitate an out-of-court settlement of the issues in your divorce, saving you the cost and stress of litigation. We are proud of our friendly service and affordable rates.
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Kane County Collaborative Divorce Attorneys
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Kane County collaborative divorce attorney Kevin O'Flaherty explains Collaborative Divorce.
In this article, our Kane County collaborative divorce lawyers explain the collaborative divorce process. A collaborative law divorce is an attempt to settle the issues involved in a divorce outside of court, without trial or litigation. In a collaborative divorce, the parties and their attorneys sign a "participation agreement," by which the parties agree to freely exchange information and negotiate in good faith and the attorneys agree to withdraw representation if litigation becomes necessary.
Kane County collaborative divorce attorney Kevin O'Flaherty explains recent changes to Illinois divorce law.
In this article, our Kane County cooperative divorce lawyers explain the difference between a collaborative law divorce and a cooperative divorce. A cooperative divorce is the same as a collaborative divorce except that the attorneys are not required to withdraw representation if litigation ensues. A collaborative divorce has greater incentives to avoid litigation, because the parties will have to hire new attorneys and start the process from scratch if settlement fails. This may make settlement without litigation more likely. However, a cooperative divorce will be less expensive than a collaborative divorce if settlement fails, because the parties will not have to hire new attorneys.
Kane County cooperative divorce attorney Kevin O'Flaherty explains the role of family mediation in cooperative divorce or collaborative divorce.
In this article, our Kane County collaborative divorce attorneys explain the role of family mediation in collaborative divorce or cooperative divorce. Family mediation involves the parties and their attorneys meeting with a trained neutral mediator in order to assist the parties in resolving difficult issues that the parties are unable to resolve on their own with their attorneys. It is a step that can be taken in a collaborative divorce or cooperative divorce in order to avoid litigating the issues that the parties are unable to settle alone.