Collaborative Family Law

Collaborative family law is a problem-solving, interest-based resolution process that removes the threat of litigation from the divorce process by an agreement that the court will not be used to resolve the issues. The goal is to create resolutions that are in the best financial and emotional interests of the family as a whole, so that instead of tearing the family apart through litigation, the family is reassembled in a way that each member can have a successful post-separation future. This process is extremely beneficial for families with minor children because the best interests of the children are at the forefront of all discussions and child specialists use their expertise to help the parents achieve a parenting plan in their children’s best interests.

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