How does collaborative divorce work in Florida?
Collaborative divorce is a process where you use different professionals who will give you and your spouse advice in the different areas of the marriage. You could have a financial planner come in to talk about the finances of the parties. You may have a parenting coordinator come in to talk about what should happen with the children. The parties try to equitably come to a resolution to try to work it out together. However, collaborative divorce can become complicated and expensive, especially if you do not need advice from professionals for the issues in your divorce or family law case. Also, if you cannot come to an agreement, each party must seek a different attorney per the agreement you will have to sign.