Collaborative Divorce provides parties with a private and confidential process to work through the difficult issues involved in divorce as opposed to airing their marital issues in a public courtroom. Collaborative Divorce allows the parties to focus on the important issues involved in divorce without the stress, anxiety and worry about appearing and testifying before a family court judge.
Collaborative Divorce provides parties with convenience in scheduling and attending meetings in a private office setting. Parties participating in Collaborative Divorce can work at their own pace and can take as much time as needed in order to adequately address their individual needs, concerns and goals.
Collaborative Divorce provides parties with a more cost efficient means to resolve disputes by eliminating the need for preparation, attending and participating in court hearings, serving and responding to discovery, submitting and participating in depositions, and employing competing experts for presentation of their case to a family court judge.
Collaborative Divorce provides parties with an interest-based process focused on addressing the needs of each individual party and their children. Parties participating in Collaborative Divorce art provided with sufficient time in order to make informed decisions about dividing their marital assets and liabilities, along with formulating specific and creative parenting plans for their children. Parties participating in Collaborative Divorce can take control over the decision-making process instead of allowing a family court judge, with limited time, to make the most important decisions facing those involved in divorce.