Collaborative law is an alternative to the traditional divorce process. In the collaborative process, you and your lawyers sit down with your spouse and their attorney and try to reach an agreement through a series of meetings. If you are not successful, the process requires that you fire your collaborative attorney and retain a new attorney before proceeding with your case. This provides an incentive for everyone to work towards a successful collaboration or agreement. In other words, you and your spouse have every reason to amicably reach an agreement before going to trial because if you can’t reach an agreement, the collaborative law contract requires each party to fire their attorney.
Collaborative law is gaining popularity in Texas. Consider it and talk with your lawyer about this option because as we said earlier, trial is time consuming, expensive, and you never can be sure what you’ll end up with.
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