Last we discussed the potential benefits of collaborative divorce and how it helps divorcing couples in Florida maintain important relationships; most notably with their children. In fact, a number of celebrities rely on the process because it keeps negative images of them out of the press. (While they may not say it, some celebrities are very particular about their public personas).
With the number of divorces traditionally initiated in January, the concept of collaborative divorce is not such a popular topic. Divorcing couples typically engage in a dance of veiled threats and subversive moves in an attempt to gain a tactical advantage in the proceedings. Not only is this an unproductive use of resources, it calls for a tremendous amount of emotional energy.