Collaborative divorce is a respectful and constructive process whereby the parties agree to participate with a team of trained professionals who work to amicably resolve the issues outside of court. A typical team can include two attorneys, a mental health coach, and a financial specialist.
Collaborative divorce saves money. Collaborative divorce saves time. Collaborative Divorce is better for the children because parents learn to work together again Collaborative divorce allows the parties to set goals and work together to tailor an amicable outcome.