• Biller, Sachs, Raio & Zito Divorce Resource Library

    Frequently Asked Questions:

    • What is the difference between collaborative divorce and litigation? With a collaborative divorce you have control over the process and the outcome. You and your spouse make the decisions, not a Judge. You are part of a collaborating team that works together toward mutually beneficial solutions for critical problems rather than attacking and being attacked in order to "win." You choose experts, if needed, rather than having a judge appoint strangers to determine what's best for you and your children. You make your decisions in a supportive atmosphere at your own pace, not at the last minute in the hallway outside the courtroom.> Is it expensive?
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