Our McHenry County collaborative divorce attorneys and McHenry County cooperative divorce lawyers are cost-effective, compassionate and experienced. If you and your spouse can resolve issues outside of court, without the need for trial, collaborative divorce or cooperative divorce may save you money and prevent further strain on the relationship.
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McHenry County cooperative divorce attorney Kevin O'Flaherty discusses the differences between Collaborative Divorce and Cooperative Divorce.
In this article, our McHenry County cooperative divorce attorneys explain collaborative divorce and cooperative divorce. Collaborative divorce and cooperative divorce are alternative dispute resolution methods that seek to avoid the expense and stress of in-court litigation associated with traditional divorce. In botha collaborative divorce and a cooperative divorce, the parties seek to resolve issues relating to child support, asset division, and child custody outside of court with the assistance of attorneys with experience in collaborative divorce and cooperative divorce.
McHenry County collaborative law divorce attorney Kevin O'Flaherty of O'Flaherty Law discusses the family mediation process.
In this article, our McHenry County cooperative divorce lawyers explain how family mediation differs from collaborative or cooperative divorce. Like collaborative and cooperative divorce, family mediation is a method used to resolve issues surrounding a divorce outside of court. The difference is that, in a family mediation, a neutral third party professional mediator is hired to facilitate the process of reaching a marital settlement agreement. We discuss the pros and cons of mediation as compared to collaborative divorce, cooperative divorce and traditional divorce.
McHenry County cooperative divorce attorney Kevin O'Flaherty of O'Flaherty Law discusses Illinois spusal maintenance and how it's awarded by Illinois courts
In this article, our McHenry County collaborative divorce lawyers explain marital settlement agreements. A marital settlement agreement is the goal of a collaborative divorce or cooperative divorce. The purpose of a marital settlement agreement is to resolve issues relating to child support, child custody, spousal maintenance, division of assets, and division of liabilities without the need for a trial. Courts will generally honor the terms of a marital settlement agreement unless they find them to not be in the best interests of any children involved or to be so unreasonably one-sided as to be considered unconscionable.