contested divorce

Contested divorce, the traditional adversarial divorce process, is being replaced by collaborative divorce as the preferred divorce option for families.

Contested Divorce No Longer The Preferred Divorce Option For Families

October 28, 2020

Contested divorce, the traditional adversarial divorce process, is being replaced by collaborative divorce as the preferred divorce option for families. The collaborative process is designed to provide maximum support and…

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

How To Get A Divorce In Kansas City

October 14, 2020

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

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Divorce can be an overwhelming experience, but knowing your divorce process options can help prepare you.

Divorce Process Options: Which Is Right For You?

September 9, 2020

Evaluating your divorce process options is an important step when you are considering divorce. Divorce can be an overwhelming experience, but knowing your divorce process options can help prepare you.…

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Contested divorce, the traditional divorce process also known as litigation divorce, is often mired with fear, hurt feelings, and anger that make an agreeable resolution difficult, if not impossible.

Contested Divorce: Is There A Better Way?

August 26, 2020

Contested divorce, the traditional divorce process also known as litigation divorce, is often mired with fear, hurt feelings, and anger that make an agreeable resolution difficult, if not impossible. Both…

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In contrast to contested divorce, a collaborative divorce removes the element of litigation and settles cases respectfully, transparently and privately.

Contested Divorce vs. Collaborative Divorce – What Is The Difference?

June 10, 2020

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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