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Will County collaborative divorce attorney Kevin O'Flaherty of O'Flaherty Law discusses the differences between Collaborative and Cooperative Divorce.
In this article, our Will County cooperative divorce lawyers explain cooperative divorce and collaborative divorce. In both a cooperative divorce and a collaborative divorce, the parties and their attorneys sign an agreement to freely exchange information and negotiate issues surrounding the divorce in good faith outside of court. If negotiations are successful, both collaborative divorce and cooperative divorce tend to save both parties significant, time, money, and stress by avoiding in-court litigation. Our Will County collaborative divorce attorneys explain the differences between cooperative divorce and collaborative divorce as well as the pros and cons of each.
Will County collaborative divorce attorney Kevin O'Flaherty discusses the family mediation process.
In this article, our Will County cooperative divorce lawyers explain how family mediation is used in collaborative divorce and cooperative divorce. The point of a collaborative divorce or cooperative divorce is to avoid litigation by working to negotiate issues outside of court without the necessity of a trial. If some issues prove difficult for the parties and their attorneys to resolve, the parties may hire a neutral mediator to assist them in reaching a settlement. Mediation is often a more cost-effective alternative to litigation if the parties are unable to resolve all of their issues through the collaborative or cooperative divorce process.
Will County cooperative divorce attorney Kevin O'Flaherty of O'Flaherty Law discusses Illinois spusal maintenance law.
Spousal maintenance is one of the issues that must be resolved in the collaborative divorce process. In this article, our Will County collaborative divorce lawyers explain how courts determine spousal maintenance awards in Illinois. Parties involved in collaborative or cooperative divorce can use this as a framework to determine how to fairly negotiate the duration and amount of maintenance without resorting to litigation.