dissolutionDissolution, No. 1 Requirement:  Cooperation

Proceeding first with a dissolution is often the first request of many clients – most likely because it is the cheaper option.  However, if the couple cannot conceive cooperating with each other, divorce is likely the better option.

For a dissolution to work, the parties must be sufficiently prepared and willing to work together.  This includes permitting the informal exchange of all information regarding the parties children, assets and liabilities, and facilitating the same.  Efficient exchange of documentation and information is the key to keeping costs low, which is one of the primary benefits of a dissolution.

For both parties, cooperation towards the goal of separating must be top priority.

If you are interested in finding out more information about this topic or another family law topic, contact me, Attorney Jamie L Anderson, today for a free consultation, (937)879-9542.