Litigation

This is the traditional approach. Your attorney represents you in negotiations and court. The attorneys try to settle based on what they believe the court would do at trial. This is a good option if you do not think you and your spouse will be able to work directly with each other.
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Collaboration

Some couples need help reducing their conflict and/or creating the best possible solutions. In collaboration, a professional divorce team assists you in managing conflict and analyzing your options. This is a good choice for couples who want to be sure they are making the best decisions they can, or have significant trouble working with each other on their own.
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Mediation

Some couples have trouble reaching an agreement on their own. A neutral mediator can facilitate the discussion to find ways to move ahead successfully. The mediator cannot give legal advice or prepare the final court documents. This is a good option for couples who need some guidance in how to get to resolution.
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Which Divorce Option Is Right for Me?

Check out our helpful infographic to determine which type of divorce service will give you the level of support you need.

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