„If one contracting party decides to withdraw from the collaborative law process, the other party is immediately informed in writing through its lawyer. After the end of the collaborative law process by a party or lawyer, there will be a wait time of thirty (30) days (unless there is an emergency) before a trial to allow the parties to retain new lawyers and make an orderly transition. All temporary agreements will remain fully in force and in force during this period. This provision is intended to avoid surprises and prejudices about the other party`s rights. It is therefore a matter of a commitment that each party may draw the Court`s attention to this provision in order to request the postponement of a hearing. At the request of clients, this section can be ratified as a temporary order during the rationalization of this case and it remains in force, whether or not the collaborative matter is resolved. We recognize that, while counsel share an obligation for the trial described in this agreement, (a) each of the lawyers maintains a relationship between the lawyer and the client exclusively with his client and not with the other client; (b) each of us must rely exclusively on the advice of our own lawyers and not on the other client`s lawyer; (c) each lawyer may have confidential and privileged communication with his client; and (d) this communication does not end in contradiction with the collaborative process. Recognizing that clients are delaying by agreement the filing date of a petition for the dissolution of the marriage, clients recognize and accept, with the intention of engaging and engaging, now and in the future, with their lawyers, lawyers and the court instead of the effective filing date of dissolution of marriage by them, to its lawyers and to the court instead of the actual filing date. If no date is selected, customers use the date the last customer signed the agreement. This date is used even if the collaboration process is complete or if only one partial resolution is reached, unless customers accept something else. As a result, this date is used to identify their marital assets and liabilities; for the purpose of assessing these matrimonial assets and liabilities, unless clients agree to another date for the valuation of a specified asset or liability; other purposes defined in Chapter 61 and the case law that sets it out.
Any end of the process, whether by clients or a professional, has a „cooling down period“ of 30 days to allow clients and professionals to resolve problems and participate again in the cooperation before the client files a document or court document. However, this period of recycling is not necessary in case of emergency or emergency assistance for the maintenance of assets. The parties recognize and accept that their individual communications may be shared by and between their respective lawyers and other team members during the process, including otherwise privileged information. Each party orders their lawyer and other team members to have all the necessary discussions to help them solve their problems. This also involves discussions whose content may or may not be shared with the parties. We agree that both client lawyers and other professionals have the right to pay for their services, and a first task in a collaborative case is to ensure payment to each of them. We understand that each professional (including a neutral facilitator and a neutral financial professional) has a separate hourly rate and may have a separate retention requirement. We are committed to making funds from our marital or segregated assets available, if necessary, to pay these fees from the following account: