In a traditional divorce, the parties are viewed as adversaries, and our no-fault laws ignore emotional issues. The resulting conflicts can take an immense emotional and financial toll on everyone in the family, especially the children. Collaborative Divorce can address emotional issues and consider more creative financial solutions. For more information, check out our blog on Collaborative Divorce. The International Association of Collaborative Professionals (IACP) can also provide more information on this process.
How We Help
We will help you decide if a Collaborative Divorce is right for you. If so, we will work with you to select members for your Collaborative Team, prepare agendas for Collaborative sessions, and guide you to a resolution that meets your interests.