Couples sit together and agree on a divorce settlement
Couples hire neutral professionals to assist with negotiation
Each Party has own lawyer, couple has neutral Divorce Coach, Financial Advisor and Child Specialist
Court makes a decision on the outcome
Couple in charge of outcome
Court in charge of outcome
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Getting a Grip on Your Financial Future Post Divorce
No matter how long you and your ex-spouse were married, you may have set aside some of your dreams for one reason or another. Now that you are divorced, you can think about those dreams ag...
In their seminal work, Collaborative Divorce, Pauline Tessler and Peggy Thompson, noted pioneers in Collaborative Divorce and co-founders of the International Academy of Collaborative Professionals, a...