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'Collaborative' Divorce Aims to Ease the Burden of Ending a Marriage

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Divorce can be a draining experience, both emotionally and financially, but experts say it doesn’t have to be that way. “Collaborative” divorce is an increasingly popular approach to ending a marriage that brings together therapists, attorneys and financial planners together to lessen the burden of a split. 

Tuesday at 1 p.m. on Gulf Coast Live, collaborative divorce lawyer Keith Grossman and Trisch Garthoeffner, a financial advisor in collaborative divorce, explain how the difficult process of ending an marriage is increasingly being helped through the collaborative approach.

Matthew Smith is a reporter and producer of WGCU’s Gulf Coast Live.
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