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If both parties agree that a divorce is in the best interest of the parties and they can reach some firm decisions on parenting, finances, real property and the like, a collaborative divorce is possible. Benefits to this method of divorce include time and cost. The process can lead to a resolution in less time than a typical divorce because it does not require court dates and the many meetings that can be necessary to negotiate a traditional divorce. Typically, family courts allow you to file for this type of divorce if the parties have the skills to file the required paperwork.