Is Collaborative Divorce the Same as a Divorce Settled Out of Court?

The buzz word of a “collaborative divorce” is extremely trendy at the moment. We get a lot of the phone calls at our divorce law firm asking about a collaborative type of divorce and it seems this phrase is used interchangeably with “settling a divorce out of court”. These methods, however, are not one and the same. Collaborative divorce is one possible method to employ in order to resolve a matter out of court, but it is not the only way to settle a case out of court. Divorce and family law cases have been settled out of court for years, long before it was cool to have a “collaborative” divorce.

Settling a Divorce Out of Court

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What is a Collaborative Divorce?

So, do you have to have a “collaborative divorce” to settle your case out of court?

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