COLLABORATIVE DIVORCE ARIZONA

Collaborative process, also known as collaborative divorce, is an out of court divorce option in Arizona. In collaborative divorce, each party is represented by an attorney who is committed to reaching an out of court resolution. Whether you are safeguarding your home, children, family relationships, business, or financial future, Collaborative Divorce allows you to stay out of court and ensures that you and the other party both decide on the outcome, not a judge. You have more control over the timing and cost. This process allows both spouses, along with the children, to be heard.

How Do I Find a Collaborative Divorce Lawyer Near Me?

IS COLLABORATIVE DIVORCE IN ARIZONA RIGHT FOR YOU?

Divorce in court can be emotionally draining, expensive, and harmful to you, your spouse, and your children. It doesn’t have to be that with collaborative divorce. The collaborative process can make your divorce less expensive, more efficient, and less hurtful to everyone involved. The legal, financial and communication professionals of BestLegalChoices.com can help you navigate this difficult time in your life.

Wondering whether the collaborative process is right for you? If you have questions or need to speak with someone about collaborative divorce, find a professional now! The professionals at Best Legal Choices helps families throughout Arizona to learn about and participate in the collaborative divorce process.

WHAT IS COLLABORATIVE DIVORCE?

WHY CHOOSE COLLABORATIVE DIVORCE IN ARIZONA?

DIVORCE PEACEFULLY

Traditional/Court Divorce can be emotionally draining, expensive, and harmful to you, your spouse, and your children. But it doesn’t have to be that way with collaborative divorce.

WORK TOGETHER

The Collaborative approach can make the divorce easier on everyone involved, especially your kids. Rather than fighting in court, you and your spouse will work together and your children have a voice in the process.

COSTS LESS

In many cases, the cost of a collaborative divorce in Arizona is significantly lower than traditional options like divorce litigation. It also might take less time to complete. 

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COLLABORATIVE DIVORCE FAQs

Collaborative Divorce is an out of court legal process that enables couples to work together to achieve a settlement that will satisfy both parties and protect children…

What are the Advantages & Disadvantages of Collaborative Divorce?

Collaborative divorce can help you reduce the stress and other problems caused by divorce litigation, costs less than divorce litigation, provides a high level of confidentiality, and there’s no going back to court…

How Much Does a Collaborative Divorce Cost?

Collaborative Divorce is a future-focused approach that can help save time and money as both sides work together to reach an agreement. It’s an excellent choice for reducing stress, costs and…

Is Collaborative Divorce Good for Kids?

Many parents are choosing collaborative divorce over litigious divorce. Quite simply, it can be better for the kids than having their parents litigate an outcome. Collaborative divorce has a “family-first” approach…

Is the Collaborative Process Better for an Arizona Divorce?

The collaborative divorce process has seen a significant rise in popularity in recent years. This approach can make the divorce easier on everyone involved, especially your kids. Rather than fighting in court…

What Do I Need To Know About Collaborative Divorce in Arizona?

Collaborative divorce in Arizona addresses many of the same issues as a traditional divorce; however, the collaborative process relies on professional support and reaching agreements rather than…

COLLABORATIVE DIVORCE BLOG POSTS

How Much Does Divorce Cost?

Divorce can be expensive, and the true cost is more than financial. If you’ve determined that your marriage cannot be saved, you may be better able to contain costs with a collaborative divorce. If you are currently married and thinking about getting divorced, you should know that Collaborative Divorce is a more peaceful divorce option. In [...]

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Wondering whether you need a divorce lawyer if you and your spouse agree on everything? The short answer is, yes and no. No, you don’t need a divorce lawyer if you feel comfortable preparing and filing all of the paperwork yourself. Yes, you do need a lawyer if you want to receive legal advice that [...]

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Wondering what gray divorce is and how you are going to survive this transition? Learn more about how collaborative divorce can help you avoid the high emotional and financial costs of divorce litigation. If you’re ready to move forward with your divorce now, contact one of the professionals at Best Legal Choices today.

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The legal name for divorce in Arizona is Dissolution of Marriage. According to the State Bar of Arizona, “A divorce, legally called a "dissolution of marriage," is a court procedure to end a marriage. The party who starts the divorce is known as the Petitioner. The other party is known as the Respondent.” Table of [...]

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Wondering how to peacefully ask your spouse for a divorce? Here are some tips to help make your tough conversation a little easier to handle.

Collaborative Divorce in Arizona is Less Expensive & More Efficient

Divorce litigation can be emotionally draining for you, your spouse, and your children. But it doesn’t have to be that way with the collaborative process in Arizona. The collaborative process can result in a less expensive, more efficient, and less harmful outcome for everyone involved. The legalfinancial, and communication professionals with Best Legal Choices can help you navigate this difficult time in your life.