Who should consider collaborative divorce in Florida?
Anyone can do a collaborative divorce as it is really a process where you are working with your spouse to try to come to an agreement. However, it essentially is for those parties who have complex issues and they need experts to give them advice on a range of topics, such as valuing real or personal property, parent coordinator or counselor if you have children, financial issues, etc. If you believe your divorce case is one where you do not need experts or you have already come to an agreement with your spouse or you think you can, then you would not need the collaborative process as it may be much more expensive. Even if you do not use the collaborative divorce process, you can still file your case and thereafter come to an agreement through mediation or just between the parties and their attorneys. It would be an uncontested divorce even if a petition is filed if you can come to an agreement. It does not have to lead to litigation. Contact our law firm, All Family Law Group, P.A. to schedule a free consultation to discuss your case and the best manner to proceed.