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Why you should consider collaborative law for your divorce

When couples begin to think about getting a divorce, they often conjure images of bitter courtroom battles or constant disputes that last for months. These images are so frightening that some Illinois couples continue to put off the inevitability of divorce, sometimes for years. While it is always a wonderful thing if couples are able to save their marriages, staying in an unhappy, unhealthy relationship is not wonderful.

What would happen if the Bradys de-bunched?

It all looks so easy for "The Brady Bunch." The show first aired in 1969, but generations have watched it in syndication since then. The widowed father and either divorced or widowed mother -- Carol's status is never discussed, but there is no ex-husband hanging around -- brought their families together to form a more perfect union. The kids accepted their stepparents as their parents, not their mother's husband or that woman their father married.

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