How Collaborative Divorce Works
Collaborative Divorce law is a legal process which enables couples who have decided to separate or end their legal partnership, to work with a team of professionals to create a fair settlement and avoid the uncertain outcome of the court system.
During the Collaborative Divorce process, you and your spouse, each of your attorneys, and the other neutral professionals on your team will tackle:
Developing a fair separation of assets
Determining child custody and care agreements
Managing emotional needs and expectations
If necessary, selling the family home or finding new residence
Unlike with traditional litigation, your privacy will be maintained because your settlement will not be part of the public record. To learn more about the differences between Collaborative Divorce, Mediation, and Traditional Litigation click below.