Collaborative Divorce: Seeking a meaningful, fair outcome — together.
Who says divorce means all-out war? If you and your spouse agree about most issues, consider pursuing a collaborative divorce — a process that saves you time and money, and aims to reach a friendly outcome. When we work with a client on a collaborative divorce, our goal is to let you maintain control of the process, and find meaningful, fair and creative solutions. Most important, the process requires both of you to resolve your disagreements without going to court; if one of you leaves the collaborative divorce process, both attorneys must withdraw as well, and you must both find new legal representation.
Consider collaborative divorce if you and your spouse:
- agree about most issues
- want to keep your children out of court
- want to maintain control of the process
- desire a respectful, honest and thoughtful approach
- want a fair solution for everyone