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Divorce mediation in Kansas City is an option in which a neutral third party assists you and your spouse in reaching agreements about your divorce.

Divorce Mediation In Kansas City: What Is It?

October 13, 2021

Divorce mediation in Kansas City is an option in which a neutral third party assists you and your spouse in reaching agreements about your divorce. The mediator can provide information…

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Divorce process options in Kansas City include do-it-yourself divorce, contested or litigation divorce, divorce mediation, and collaborative divorce.

What Are My Divorce Process Options In Kansas City?

September 22, 2021

You may have many more divorce process options in Kansas City than you realize, though many assume there is only one way to get a divorce. Collaborative Practice Kansas City,…

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The collaborative process has the advantage of much more predictable and often lower costs than a contested divorce in Kansas City.

Contested Divorce In Kansas City Versus Benefits of Collaborative Divorce

September 8, 2021

Contested divorce in Kansas City is the traditional divorce process, also known as litigation divorce. It is often mired with fear, hurt feelings, and anger that make an agreeable resolution…

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When you are choosing how to get a divorce in Kansas City, Collaborative Practice Kansas City, LLC is here to help.

How To Get A Divorce In Kansas City In 2021

August 25, 2021

When you’re wondering how to get a divorce in Kansas City, it may seem as though you are limited to options that are adversarial and extremely costly financially as well…

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Divorce mediation in Kansas City is an option in which a neutral third party assists you and your spouse in reaching agreements about your divorce.

Divorce Mediation In Kansas City: Will It Work For You?

August 11, 2021

Divorce mediation in Kansas City is an option in which a neutral third party assists you and your spouse in reaching agreements about your divorce. The mediator can provide information…

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When considering divorce process options, you may also want to consider timing.

Divorce Process Options: Should You File For A Divorce Now Or Later?

July 28, 2021

When considering divorce process options, you may also want to consider timing. The unique challenges brought on by the COVID-19 pandemic – shutdowns, layoffs, childcare challenges, slowdowns, and shortages –…

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Collaborative divorce is a unique alternative to the traditional adversarial divorce court process.

Collaborative Divorce Allows You To Stay Out Of Court

July 14, 2021

Collaborative divorce is a unique alternative to the traditional adversarial divorce court process. It is designed to provide maximum support and resources for divorcing couples in reaching a mutually acceptable…

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If you have determined divorce mediation in Kansas City is right for you, these ten tips will help you to reach an agreement that works for both parties.

Divorce Mediation In Kansas City: 10 Tips For Success

June 23, 2021

Divorce mediation in Kansas City is less expensive, less time-consuming, and provides more control and privacy than a contested divorce. If you have determined divorce mediation is right for you,…

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Each of the options for how to get a divorce in Kansas City is unique, each has pros and cons, and not every option is appropriate for everyone.

How To Get A Divorce In Kansas City: A Review Of Process Options

June 9, 2021

When you are deciding how to get a divorce in Kansas City, it may feel as though you are limited to options that are adversarial, extremely costly, and traumatic for…

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A contested divorce is the traditional and frequently very adversarial divorce process of bargaining from specific and often conflicting positions, backed by threats of litigation and the intervention by a court of law.

What Happens In A Contested Divorce And How Collaborative Divorce Is Different

May 26, 2021

A contested divorce is the traditional and frequently very adversarial divorce process of bargaining from specific and often conflicting positions, backed by threats of litigation and the intervention by a…

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