About Collaborative Divorce
What is Collaborative Divorce?
Collaborative Divorce allows families to experience the divorce process in a supportive environment without litigation.
It is a dispute resolution model in which a divorcing couple works with a team of trained professionals (which typically includes attorneys, mental health professionals and financial experts) to find mutually agreeable solutions that reflect the important goals and welfare of both parties and their children.
Collaborative Divorce differs from the traditional divorce model in that clients agree not to go to court which sets the foundation for an atmosphere that is more open and less adversarial. The goal of this approach is to improve and enhance communication between the parties and to set the course for a healthier relationship during and after the divorce process.