When a decision has been made to end a marriage or civil partnership, financial concerns will often take over. Something that is very much on the mind of separating couples is how they will be able to afford the fees involved.
Fortunately, the traditional approach to divorce is not the only one available; there are alternatives, including collaborative law. This is becoming an increasingly preferred method of reaching an agreement on crucial issues in a calm and collected atmosphere.
Collaborative family law is particularly helpful for couples with children who are seeking to reach an amicable outcome. Not only does it save time, it also keeps costs down too because there is no need for court visits.