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Once the collaborative divorce has been completed, the divorce finalized then one party initiates a Supplemental petition to extend alimony and increase child support, is the new action even though file din the old divorce case # "related to a collaborative proceeding" precluding participation/representation of the former spouse in the Supplemental petition?
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