Collaborative divorces keep separation details secret -- In Kentucky and elsewhere! 

It sounds like a contradiction in terms: collaborative divorce. But in a process invented in 1990 by a Minneapolis divorce lawyer burned out on cutthroat litigation, both spouses pledge to be honest and respectful. Meeting out of court with only their lawyers, both sides reveal their assets and debts and jointly retain neutral experts, rather than hired guns, to appraise a family business or evaluate their children’s needs.


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