If you’re in search of an amicable divorce process, I think collaborative divorce is your best bet. I’ll be frank; an amicable divorce doesn’t mean an easy divorce. However, collaborative divorce will foster a more mature and constructive approach to splitting up a family.
Instead of engaging in the typical two-sided warfare associated with the divorce process, we collectively redefine the roles of each spouse so that they may move forward as peacefully as possible. To encourage collaboration and neutrality we will sit at a round table. When necessary, specialists will join us to offer neutral support in finance, children, and so forth.
Still unclear as to how collaborative divorce works? To put it more simply, it is an out of court process where spouses and their lawyers work together to create the best solutions. Collaborative divorce attorneys are experienced and specially trained diplomats. We work directly with couples as a neutral party.
Despite the wealth of resources available online, I understand that the divorce process is complex and personal. When choosing the right process for you, nothing beats a conversation. If you’re interested in learning more about how collaborative divorce will affect your family, contact me to set up a free consultation.