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Can any attorney help with a collaborative divorce?

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The idea of a collaborative divorce sounds appealing to many when they consider the alternative of a custody divorce matter. Many wonder whether they can just hire any attorney for a collaborative divorce. They seem the term "collaborative" or other terms like "uncontested" or "noncontested" on lots of lawyers webpages and do not understand the difference. This article talks about this concept and is based on an article on Collaborative Divorce Representation titled: Can I Hire Any Attorney for a Collaborative Divorce?  Several attorneys at Stange Law Firm, PC have also helped form the Missouri Collaborative Institute. You can also find out more information on collaborative divorce and family law by calling 855-805-0595. 

You can find more related topics on the Collaborative Divorce Representation Blog