A Collaborative Divorce is a respectful way of resolving disputes. A Collaborative Divorce works through a series of meetings between you, your spouse, and your Collaborative Team. These meetings are held in private offices – not in public court rooms!
During the meetings, you and your spouse will gather information, identify your goals and concerns, and negotiate a settlement that works for both of you. process uses specially trained lawyers, divorce coaches, child specialists and financial specialists to help you reach an out-of-court agreement, with privacy and respect. The goal is to jointly solve problems. A Collaborative Divorce offers to your spouse and you many benefits.
A Collaborative Divorce:
• Details a written pledge not to go to court;
- Provides an honest exchange of information;
- Will provide you with legal, financial and emotional support to assist you while going through the various aspects of a divorce;
- Allows you to retain decision making control over your family and your divorce. You and your spouse, not a judge, will decide your outcome;
- Focuses on meeting everyone’s needs rather than creating a “winner” and a “loser”;
- Creates a problem-solving approach that addresses the issues of both spouses and their children;
- Encourages mutual respect and helps establish and maintain a healthy co-parenting relationship with your spouse;
- Reduces stress and anxiety;
- Protects Privacy rather than revealing intimate details of your life in the public record;
- Promotes open communications;
- Improves the odds that your spouse and you will stay out of court in the future;
- Prepares individuals for new lives.
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