Benefits of Collaborative

Respectful resolution of the issues
Protecting your children
Privacy in your personal affairs
Control and autonomous decision making
Creative and individualized range of choices

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Divorce can be one of the most destructive and painful processes a person ever goes through. But it doesn't have to be. A growing number of parting couples, along with attorneys, mental health professionals and financial consultants have been seeking a more constructive alternative. The result is the Collaborative Divorce model.

Is Collaborative Divorce Right for You?

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About Collaborative Divorce

Collaborative Divorce is designed to resolve the issues in a family breakup using cooperative strategies rather than conflict and litigation. The process is open and mutually respectful. There must be full disclosure and good faith. If needed, jointly selected experts such as child specialist and financial planners are enlisted to assist in finding solutions which focus on the needs of the children and the financial well-being of all involved. The parties are direct participants in the outcome, with legal advice and support from their attorneys to assist them.

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Q: What is Collaborative Divorce?
A: Collaborative Divorce is a process for separating or divorcing parties to justly and equitably resolve their differences that avoids the necessity of going to court.

Q: How do I get started?
A: Select an attorney from the list of participating and trained attorneys. She or he will discuss...

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