Cooperative Law involves a traditional divorce, but settles prior to trial.  Cooperative cases involve less discovery and less time in court because the parties have a greater level of trust between themselves than in a litigated case.  Unlike collaborative law, the cooperative case follows Illinois law and has court involvement.  Many times cases settle after the Court provides guidance and recommendations through a Pretrial Conference.   

The Carder Law Firm can provide the experience you need to settle your case in a cooperative fashion and assist you in avoiding the pitfalls of not proceeding to trial.