In the Collaborative approach the parties employ one Financial Specialist to provide direction and assistance in gathering financial material, help them to design realistic budgets and propose various plans for distribution of assets and debts so that the parties may make informed choices.
When needed, the team selects and the parties employ neutral professionals to determine the value of any relevant assets, including real estate, tax consequences of liquidating or transferring assets and/or business interests.
By working jointly to obtain objective information, the process is efficient and cost effective, and provides the parties with the necessary information to make sound decisions.
A couple's 5 options for divorce...
No lawyer required
Each party requires lawyers
Couples separate without formal arrangements
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
Each Party Requires Lawyers/Court in Charge of Outcome
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