Civil divorce

A civil divorce is also known as a collaborative divorce, meaning a divorce that adheres to collaborative laws. In a civil or collaborative divorce, both sides retain counsel, who adopt a collaborative style and work together to try to resolve issues, or at least minimize the amount and extent of the dispute. Counsels and their clients seek to build consensus and make as many decisions as possible outside of court.

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