You loved your spouse, and you never thought your arguments and disagreements would bring your marriage to a point of divorce. It's happened, though, and now you want to do what's best and get out of your marriage.
You don't want to be difficult during the divorce, and neither does your spouse. That's wonderful, because it means you can work together to create parenting plans or to negotiate a settlement without the animosity some couples face.
An amicable divorce is possible. Instead of fighting with each other, working together to move through the process of divorce helps you finalized the divorce faster and even save what relationship you do have left. If you have children, a collaborative divorce, one where you work together to come up with an agreeable settlement, can help you avoid being negative toward your spouse and help both of you work toward your children's best interests.
With a collaborative divorce, you and your spouse work together to resolve your disputes. You may work with a third party, like a mediator or attorney, who can help you understand the legal implications of decisions you make. If there are times when you really can't agree on a solution, then you can take that issue to court or to an arbitration session to get a solution from a third party like a judge or arbitrator.
Working together on your divorce helps you finalize it faster, too. That means you spend less money and less of your time focusing on the negatives of divorce. With the right help, you can move on faster and leave this difficulty in your past.