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How Is A Collaborative Divorce In Brooklyn Different From Other Types?

Collaborative divorce is a structured approach to creating a negotiated, mutually beneficial uncontested divorce settlement.

It begins with the parties and their lawyers agreeing not to pursue litigation, and signing on to a schedule of conferences where the issues of your divorce will be worked through.

The parties agree to the use of experts where necessary, but can choose to hire a single expert, rather than each side paying for a high priced witness to bolster their claims in court.

Using a collaborative approach can save you tremendous amounts of time and money.

A contested, litigated divorce can last a year or more, with spiraling attorneys fees and court costs, while a collaborative divorce can often be resolved within a matter of months with a modest expenditure.

The attorneys at Zelenitz, Shapiro & D’Agostino have helped many Brooklyn couples end their marriages in a sane, collaborative, and respectful way.

Call 718-725-9601 to speak to an experienced Brooklyn collaborative divorce attorney for free.

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