Both you and your lawyer agree to resolve the divorce through the collaborative process, rather than through the court. If the process does not result in an agreement, you cannot use your collaborative lawyer to go to court. This insures a full commitment by everyone to settle the case.
Divorcing couples are always concerned about the impact on children. Effective co-parenting requires good communication and a parenting plan that is suited to your family’s individual needs. Collaborative divorce provides the respectful and safe atmosphere to protect your children. You can even choose a child specialist to help you.
The collaborative process is efficient because the lawyers draft the agreement, the financial neutral explains present and future financial options and the family specialist helps you negotiate respectfully until your resolution is achieved.