More and more frequently, divorcing couples are using alternative dispute resolution techniques to settle their matrimonial differences on divorce. These approaches include mediation and collaboration.
Such meetings can sometimes feel daunting, especially if one party is a business owner flanked by those who have been his or her advisers for many years.
The collaborative process relies on there being a degree of trust between the parties but it does no harm to have a neutral or party-appointed accountant or financial adviser present, who can ensure that there is an even playing field.
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