What is the difference between a collaborative and a simplified divorce?
In a collaborative divorce, the two parties have agreed to civilly discuss the terms of divorce, each with their own legal representation, and negotiate toward an agreement that will keep them out of court. In a simplified divorce, agreements have already been reached between the two parties on all important matters like alimony, property division, debt allocation, etc and they may proceed with the divorce without further negotiation.
Whether you are looking for a collaborative or a simplified divorce, it is important to have a qualified divorce attorney on your side to protect your interests. Contact the Colleyville divorce attorneys of Alexander & Associates at 817-756-4040 to discuss any concerns or questions you may have about your situation.