In a collaborative divorce in New Jersey, when custody and parenting time is at issue, the process is very different than the litigated divorce process that you go through in the court. In collaborative divorce the parties attend a session with a mental health professional that works with divorcing couples in order to put together parenting plans and custody arrangements that are in the best interests of the family, especially the children, listening to what both parties need and working collaboratively to come up with a plan that satisfies both parties.
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