Why would I want to use joint applications?
JointApplications can be useful in a variety of contexts. For instance, Joint Application development (JAD) is a technique used in software development that has the benefit of involving multiple stakeholders in the design and development of a system. Organizations with a troubled history or relationship with their products and end-users can participate in JAD to develop new products or enhance existing ones. JointApplications can also be used in divorce proceedings. A joint application for divorce can help avoid unnecessary conflict by allowing both parties to work together towards a mutually agreeable solution. Joint applications also avoid the cost of having the responding party served and can save time2.