This article was originally posted on the blog All Things Family Law on Oct. 14, 2014. You can view it here or view a portion of it below.
By Ryan Cassman, Coots Henke & Wheeler PC
One of the largest misconceptions about divorce is that it is a long, drawn-out and combative process. However, this is far from the truth in most successfully finalized divorces. With amicable divorce methods on the rise, most divorce cases do not go to trial. Instead, they are resolved through alternative dispute resolution (ADR) methods such as negotiations, mediation and collaborative law.
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