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Divorce is an experience that most couples dread. It typically means weeks of preparing and negotiation, and it may even include an in-depth investigation into a spouse's financial assets and income. Many become contentious, which can make the process drag on even more. In short, it is a process that directly contradicts the convenience and instant gratification we are used to experiencing in our everyday lives.

Destination divorces are trying to change the face of divorce by offering "quick and easy" getaway weekends where couples check in married but check out divorced. It certainly sounds more appealing, but can a marriage really be dissolved in a weekend? Even if it can, should it be? More importantly, should you and your spouse pursue this option, or is it simply a disaster waiting to happen?

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Despite what you see on TV and in the movies, not all divorces are contentious and hostile. Many couples want a way to end their marriage; however, they still want to have a positive relationship with each other after the divorce. This is where collaborative divorcecan help.

How Collaborative Divorce Works

Instead of both sides fighting against each other and trying to convince the judge to take their side on all of the issues, the parties work together to find a solution with which they are both happy. Like mediation, collaborative divorce is an alternative dispute resolution tool.

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