Our Collaborative & Cooperative Divorce attorneys want to help you better understand what these two types of divorce are and have written the following companion article to help you.
Both Collaborative Law Divorces and Cooperative Divorces are tools that the parties to a divorce can use to facilitate out-of-court settlement and reduce the potential for litigation and trial to resolve issues surrounding the Divorce. If the parties are successful in reaching an agreement, the parties are both saved the cost of litigation, making their divorce much less expensive. Litigation also creates an adversarial relationship between the parties to a divorce, which leads to stress on the family and negatively effects the parties relationship should they be required to share parenting responsibility after the divorce.
Read the full article comparing collaborative and cooperative divorce by our Naperville divorce attorneys.