Texas couples have options when the approach divorce. They can either opt
to choose a collaborative divorce, or they can seek a more contentious
divorce in the courts. When couples are able to get along and have conversations
with one another without bickering, collaborative divorce is highly recommended.
The process of collaborative divorce makes ex-spouses teammates, rather
than opponents. By working together, they can seek the best interests
of their children and divide their property in a way that is satisfactory
for both parties, without having to battle before a judge.
According to KERA News, traditional divorces (contentious divorces) can
bring out the worst in both parties. Litigious divorces often bring tensions
to a boiling high, and can make even the most basic decisions turn into
an all-out court battle. Also, when parents are absorbed in splitting
up property and coping with the divorce, the children can suffer.
A collaborative divorce is much more kid-friendly. Emotions can run high
during the divorce process, and a collaborative divorce can help couples
to get the support they need to make wise decisions. If you are considering
divorce, talk with a
Plano divorce attorney about how a collaborative approach can best help you today!