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Collaborative Divorce, a new approach to divorce, offers couples an opportunity to separate with a minimum of bitterness and animosity.

A team of attorneys, mental health professionals and a financial advisors, works collaboratively with the couple so that divorcing spouses can reach agreement about the following:

  • Division of Property
  • Child and Spousal Support
  • Co-Parenting Plan
  • Children's Living Arrangements
  • Marital Status

Both parties are represented by an attorney throughout the process. No court appearances are required, and all necessary paperwork can be completed by the attorneys. The primary objectives are to insure that agreements are mutually satisfying to the parties, likely to endure and promote the well being of the children.

Find out more about our Collaborative Divorce Team.

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  • Spend less money on attorney's fees and costs.
  • Establish a constructive relationship for co-parenting.
  • Avoid the emotional toll of a litigated divorce.
  • Reach an agreement tailored to your needs.
  • Learn more about how Collaborative Law can benefit you and your family.
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