Divorce Attorney Meghan Freed’s Smart About Money Interview about Collaborative Divorce

screen-shot-2016-02-10-at-9-27-36-amMeghan Freed was among the divorce professionals interviewed by Smart About Money on balancing the emotional side of divorce with the practical side of splitting a couple’s assets and liabilities.  She focused on the benefits of collaborative divorce:

“Collaboration offers a middle ground between mediation and full adversarial litigation.  Like mediation, it is a voluntary process. The major difference between mediation and collaborative divorce is that in a collaborative case the parties are never ‘on their own.’ Each spouse is fully represented throughout the negotiation by his or her own collaborative attorney.”

Contact Freed Marcroft for more information about how choosing a collaborative divorce may help your family.

 

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