This is a three part post on what is quickly becoming the preferred way
to handle divorce and family law matters — Collaborative Law.
Collaborative Law Divorce has been gaining popularity in Denton County
and many legal, financial, and mental health professionals are working
hard to better their skills at handling family law cases collaboratively.
In short, Collaborative Law offers spouses and parents the opportunity
to agree to take their case out of the traditional litigation model that
has been used for years, to gain control over the outcome of their divorce
or family law matter, and to resolve their differences with dignity and
privacy often lost in the traditional approach to family law litigation.
CokerLegal all of our attorneys are collaboratively trained.
We are frequently asked questions about Collaborative Divorce and recommend
a number of books to our clients. While the second two parts of this post
will explain Collaborative Law more in depth, if you can’t wait
to learn more, I recommend the following:
Check back soon for Part 1 and Part 2 of this post. In Part 1, I will give
a general overview of the Collaborative Process as it often plays out
in a Divorce case here in Denton County. In Part 2, I will attempt to
answer many of the questions I often hear about Collaborative Law.