What is Collaborative Divorce
Collaborative Practice, also known as Collaborative Law, is a legal process which enables couples who have decided to separate or end their partnership, to avoid uncertain court outcomes by working together with their respective lawyers and other key professional.
The Collaborative Divorce process provides a way for couples to divorce in a more amicable way, without going to court. Once a couple has established that Collaborative Divorce is right for them, a team is assembled including an attorney for each partner, neutral financial advisors, divorce coaches, and other professionals, as needed. The Collaborative Divorce Team will help the couple navigate the process of divorce as they begin their new separate chapters.
The Bucks County Collaborative Law Group offers a free 30-minute consultation call to help interested parties determine if a Collaborative Divorce is right for them. Contact our trained divorce coaches today to schedule your free call.