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How do I brake a colabrative law divorce contract with my lawyer?

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Answered on Apr 23rd, 2017 at 11:49 AM

You don't. YOu simply would review the contract terms for termination requirements and tell them you have changed your mind. You will STILL owe what you owe for legal fees as "changing your mind" is gnerally not a basis for "breaking the deal". 

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