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Collaborative Divorce Process

When a long-term relationship or marriage comes to an end, it can seem like the pain will never end and spouses start to view each other as adversaries with the divorce as the battleground. People experience everything from guilt, fear, confusion, anger, to passionate obstinance; the burden becomes so overwhelming, people can find it difficult to imagine an end to divorce let alone a exciting and hopeful future.

Divorce does not have to be this way. To bring peace back to the table, divorce professionals put their heads together and developed the Collaborative Practice model.


Collaborative Divorce is built upon:

  • Identifies and plans for everyone’s concerns and interests
  • Avoids court
  • Former couple retains the control of the divorce process
  • Prioritizes the needs of children
  • Encourages mutual respect
  • Creates a forum for open communication
  • Utilizes a problem-solving approach
  • Prepares both parties for new lives and new responsibilities
  • Self-respect


Why Collaborative Divorce?

Utilizing the Collaborative process can preserve the family, is more cost effective, improves communication and thereby resolutions, offer healing, allow the couple to remain in control, and develop skills needed for the future.

 

Forming the Collaborative Team

Divorces and family law disputes are not strictly legal issues. As a matter of fact, the financial, emotional, child development, and parenting plans are more complex and critical than the legal untangling. By working with a team of professionals, clients are best served as all their needs are addressed.

There are many methods of divorce, ranging from kitchen table discussions to a courtroom showdown.  The Collaborative process is a hybrid model that enables the clients to keep control and removes the traditional power hierarchy that accompanies litigated divorce. Whatever you choose, Divorce Analytics can help!