Collaborative Divorce

Collaborative Divorce

 

The collaborative divorce process is an alternative way of getting divorced that allows couples to achieve a mutually acceptable resolution of all issues without going to court. The collaborative process avoids court, is confidential and gives control over the outcome to the divorcing couple. In the collaborative process both parties agree from the start not to resort to litigation. All parties sign a “Participation Agreement” which sets the tone for collaborative law and is the framework for the process. With this commitment not to litigate in place and the threat of litigation taken off the table, an atmosphere of trust and mutual respect is created allowing for honest, open communication

Benefits of Collaborative Divorce

  • Avoid court and the loss of privacy, control and uncertainty associated with the traditional process,
  • Protect your children and their feelings from the trauma of a court battle,
  • Ensure that everyone’s financial interests are met so that you can finally move on with your life and embrace a new beginning,
  • Save money and time while helping you and your spouse find creative solutions that meet both of your needs.

The Next Step

If you are ready to get your legal questions answered please complete the form below and request an appointment. If you are not quite ready to make an appointment, but want to learn more please download my free book, No Court Divorce – A Better Way To Divorce. Not only will you learn about alternatives to traditional divorce, but I will also share with you my own story and why saving families from the destructive effects of contentious divorce means so much to me.

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How To Get Divorced Without Going To Court While Saving Money and Protecting Your Children From The Devastating Effects of Traditional Divorce

There is a way to get divorced that will:

1. Avoid court and the loss of privacy, control and uncertainty associated with the traditional process
2. Protect your children and their feelings from the trauma of a court battle,
3. Ensure that everyone’s financial interests are met so that you can finally move on with your life and embrace a new beginning,
4. Save money and time while helping you and your spouse find creative solutions that meet both of your needs.