Here in Texas we do have collaborative law but it seems the guidelines for selecting representation that I've read online are more geared toward finding a more 'traditional' divorce attorney. My STBX said she would fight a divorce but the best she could do would be to delay it and make it more expensive. I would hardly describe our lives together for at least the last four to six months as happy and romantic (more than two years for me personally). I digress. I'm looking to you folks to see what I can learn about how the collaborative process works and what I can do to convince her this is the right way to go. We've got two kids, one four and one 7 months, so I'd like to do everything I possibly can to keep us all out of the court room. Especially the kids.
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