Divorce, including issues such as alimony, division of property

The divorce process can take many forms and encompasses a broad array of issues. Procedurally, it is the overarching process that most courts use to address issues related to alimony, property, child support, child custody and access, and name changes to restore a person to the use of their former name. From a dispute resolution perspective, there are many ways to resolve these issues outside of the litigation process. Parties can make use of the collaborative divorce process, mediation, arbitration, and traditional negotiation, with or without the assistance of counsel.

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