How to Convince Your Spouse to Collaborate

June 27, 2012

Learn the secret to a no-court collaborative divorce

Who ever said that court was mandatory in the divorce process? Raleigh divorce attorney, Deborah Throm, tells listeners about the latest trend, collaborative divorce.

Collaborative Divorce is a new way for a divorcing couple to work as a team with trained professionals to resolve disputes respectfully, without going to court. Nicknamed the “no-court divorce“, the collaborative process gives each spouse the protection and guidance of their own lawyer while allowing all parties to negotiate a mutually acceptable settlement.

“The collaborative process can better manage conflict, it can help people who are angry…it can help them by facilitating the communication that needs to happen,” says Throm. With advice on who is best suited to participate in this process, as well as how to get started, this episode gives listeners all of the information they need to get the process started.

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