Collaborative divorce is a process in which the parties and their attorneys work together to resolve their disputes through negotiation and compromise, without going to court. While collaborative divorce can be a useful option for some couples, it is not always the best choice for everyone.
At Justice Legal Group, we have a team of skilled attorneys who can help you understand your rights and options when it comes to divorce. We will work with you to evaluate your case and determine if collaborative divorce is the best option for you.
One of the main drawbacks of collaborative divorce is that it requires both parties to be willing to work together and communicate effectively. If one party is unwilling to cooperate or there is a significant power imbalance between the parties, collaborative divorce may not be an effective option.
Another potential drawback of collaborative divorce is that it can be expensive. The parties and their attorneys must pay for their own fees and expenses, which can add up over time. Additionally, if the parties are unable to reach an agreement and the collaborative divorce process breaks down, they may have to start the process over from scratch and pay additional fees.
Finally, collaborative divorce may not be suitable for cases involving complex legal issues or high stakes. If the parties have significant assets or debts to divide, or if there are disputes over child custody or support, it may be more appropriate to seek the assistance of a skilled attorney who can represent your interests in court.
If you are considering collaborative divorce in New Mexico and have questions about your rights and options, don’t hesitate to contact Justice Legal Group at 505-880-8737. Our attorneys have the knowledge and experience to help you navigate the legal system and protect your interests.