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A Constructive Approach to Divorce
The ending of a relationship requires both you and your spouse to determine what your respective needs and interests are in moving forward with your lives.
Many people who are facing divorce are choosing the collaborative process as a more constructive alternative over litigation (a courtroom decision).
A client-centered process, it enables you and your spouse to reach the common goal of ending your relationship with dignity, respect and developing a foundation for your future.
A Court Based Approach to Divorce
Divorce litigation is very different from alternative dispute processes. It is driven by the court system versus driven by the parties, and is typically a lengthier and more expensive process.
Litigation is not based on you and your spouse working toward the common goal of an amicable resolution. It focuses on each position on the issues. Litigation may make negotiating a settlement more difficult due to the natural increase in conflict that is often the result of the litigation. Litigation, however, is still the most common divorce process in the Northern Kentucky communities