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An Explanation of Collaborative Divorce in North Carolina

Board Certified Family Law Specialist Matt Arnold answers the question: “What does uncontested divorce mean?” Going through a divorce can be tough. You are ending a relationship and declaring that you wish your legal marriage be terminated. The very nature … Continue reading

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Collaborative Vs. Mediated Divorce: How Do They Compare?

Deciding to get a divorce is a process in itself, but once you have decided to end your marriage, the next step you must take is to determine what kind of divorce you want to get. Couples who are hostile … Continue reading

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Sample Collaborative Participation Agreement

Is divorce on your horizon?  If so, are you fearing entering a public adversarial system where husband is pitted against wife, and mother is pitted against father?  Fortunately, there are alternatives.  One alternative is the collaborative divorce process, where you … Continue reading

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Statistics on Collaborative Divorce in Florida (1/31/2018 Update)

In 2010, the International Academy of Collaborative Professionals (IACP) released the results of a 4 year study on Collaborative Practice.  The results were based on information gathered from collaborative professionals who filled out a survey at the end of their … Continue reading

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4 Reasons to Consider a Collaborative Divorce

When you think of the word divorce, you probably think of scenes in movies and television with couples screaming at each other over their issues and sitting in the courtroom while a judge decides their fate. However, the reality is … Continue reading

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