Divorce is Expensive. Lower the Conflict and Lower the Cost.

What is Collaborative Divorce? Using a team of professionals (legal, financial, mental health) to assist families through the divorce process outside of court. The clients and team all sign agreements not to use the adversarial court process.

What is Cooperative Practice? Clients engage in open communication and information sharing with the goal of minimizing conflict and reaching resolution without a trial. Does it always work? Of course not. But the choice of professional makes all the difference. What is mediation? Using a neutral expert to help parties negotiate their family law issues and achieve compromise even where there is conflict. The mediator does not give advice or advocate for either party, but helps facilitate the discussion to allow both sides to see options and outcomes they might prefer. All of these low conflict processes are healthier (and less expensive) for families than drawn out public fighting in court.

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