The following situation may seem like an impossible dream for many Arlington residents who are going through a divorce. Let's say you and your spouse file for divorce, and the two of you are at odds on a couple of key issues involved in your divorce. Instead of letting these disagreements dominate your divorce, forcing you into endless years in court, you and your spouse reach a quick, easy and relatively fair settlement that allows you both to get the divorce you want without completely hating each other at the end of it.
While the following divorce story did not occur here in Texas, the wild circumstances involved in this separation are truly something to behold. A couple originally from Connecticut filed for divorce back in 2003; and 10 years later, they appear no closer to a resolution than the day they filed.
During a divorce, the intervention of the courts or a judge can actually cause more damage than if the two splitting spouses worked together to reach their own unique solution. It may be difficult to work with a person after declaring that you don't want to be tied to him or her anymore; but in the end, this collaborative approach to a divorce can be very beneficial for the splitting spouses.