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?


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 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.




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.


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.


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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