The collaborative process can be used to facilitate a broad range of family issues, including divorce, disputes between parents, contempt, modification, and the negotiation of prenuptial and postnuptial agreements.
Collaborative law avoids the high cost and adversarial, oppositional process of litigation, instead focusing on a consensual and mutual approach.
Collaborative Law allows you to:
- Work efficiently with the support of a team of professionals to settle your divorce or other family law issues confidentially without the threat of litigation;
- Negotiate directly while still having the benefit of your advocate by your side;
- Create an ongoing working relationship with your spouse;
- Avoid the destruction of your family;
- All at a much lower cost than litigation.
Collaborative law gives you individual representation and advocacy along with the support of a neutral mental health professional and, if appropriate, a neutral financial specialist that will enable you to reach resolution efficiently and economically.
Collaborative law allows you to avoid the uncertain outcome of court and to achieve a settlement that best meets your family's specific needs.
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