A couple heading toward divorce can expect to face many difficult decisions. Among the most common sources of contention between divorcing spouses are decisions about child custody and property division. When both spouses have strong opinions about the issues, negotiations can break down quickly.
Have you ever had a sinking feeling about something but were unsure if you could confirm your suspicions? No one wants to go around accusing people of things when they have no evidence that such allegations are true. On the other hand, especially in a marriage, it's understandable that you want to act before things get out of hand.
Every year, numerous couples in Arizona choose to end their marriages. When they do, they have to figure out the best way to go about it. Traditional divorce is not for everyone. There are those who want to avoid the drama of a courtroom or avoid meeting with a mediator. For those individuals, collaborative divorce may be the way to go.