Aubrey Law

Is the collaborative divorce process private and confidential?


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One of the true values of the collaborative process is the ability of the attorney’s and the collaborating professionals to keep confidential the information about the family, who the parties are and what their interests are. If you file a litigated divorce immediately, the first step is to tell the entire world what you’re doing. In a collaborative case, we can keep that private all the way up until final judgement and we can agree to keep everything private except the final judgement. That’s a public record but all the other details can certainly stay within the collaborative team so that your privacy is respected throughout the process.

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