by Tricia Wang 王圣捷
Cooperation could not be a word people associate with breakup, however when the authors of the new book have their technique, it shortly is. Called “The Collaborative Way To Divorce: The Revolutionary Method That Results inside Less Stress, Lower Costs, plus Happier Kids-Without Going to Court,” (Hudson Street Press, .95) the book offers what authors Stuart G. Webb plus Ronald D. Ousky state is a means for couples to avoid litigation, without providing up what they desire.
Their Collaborative procedure, that is a nationally acclaimed approach, is assisting transform the method couples dissolve their marriages, separate assets, reinvent their post-divorce relationships plus deal with custody issues.
For example, the breakup task is traditionally started whenever 1 partner prepares (with an attorney) a summons plus petition. That paperwork is then filed with all the courtroom along with a judge is assigned the case. In Collaborative divorces, both customers plus their attorneys meet for a four-way meeting to discuss how everyone would like to proceed with all the case. All parties signal an agreement that commits those to resolving all issues from courtroom.
The book guides visitors step-by-step from the Collaborative procedure plus emphasizes what the authors state is a key point: Collaborative divorces aren’t regarding going simple about the partner, they’re regarding ending up with additional money, less strain plus happier kids.