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Comparing Florida Collaborative Divorce To Mediation

By Laurie R. Chane |

Except in cases of extreme animosity or domestic violence, most couples going through divorce in Florida will have three options for resolving the key issues: Collaborative divorce in Florida, a process parties voluntarily undertake; and, Mediation, which the parties could choose – or which the court could order under suitable circumstances. A trial before… Read More »

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Statistics On The Benefits Of Florida Collaborative Divorce

By Laurie R. Chane |

Despite what you might think about divorce, , the truth is that more couples are able to resolve their issues through compromise as compared to litigation. Even when some disputes remain, the parties often turn to collaborative divorce as a structured approach to resolving them. As described by the International Academy of Collaborative Professionals… Read More »

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Is Florida Collaborative Divorce the Right Fit for Me?

By Laurie R. Chane |

Ending your marriage is a challenging, emotional life event, but divorcing couples do have options for making the process relatively smooth and stress-free. One strategy to consider is proceeding under Florida’s Collaborative Law Process Act, which can be more amicable for the parties. A collaborative divorce can effectively work for couples with children (young… Read More »

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