by Gail Nelson, Nov 7, 2014
What is Collaborative Divorce?
There is a growing trend that is taking root in how we get divorced. Over time the need for the "legal" divorce has been the primary product in the marketplace with the traditional attorney led action. Currently, there is a body of work that is showing that supporting families through the other kinds of divorce is equally important. You know if you are considering divorce, it touches every aspect of your life.
5 Kinds of Divorce: Emotional, Financial, Social, Sexual and Legal.
With a team of professionals who are committed to supporting you through the process, you will have a different outcome. Your collaborative team is here to work with you both in the process of making agreements for your future after marriage. You may still be working with each other in the lives of your children for years after the legal work is done. This process sets you up to think about these things together to reduce conflict.
Talk with one of our Collaboratively Trained Attorneys to hear how this is different.
The first step is to contact one of our attorneys listed with our group and ask questions about how this is a better process. You have lots of questions and we can help you think about your choices. You can meet with a team member and see if this is a process that could work for your family. If you don't know who to call, feel free to give me a call and we get your questions answered. My number is 701-356-5544.