What is a collaborative divorce?
Collaborative process of divorce is a voluntary, alternative dispute resolution in which couples resolve their divorce without resorting to litigation. It is a cost-effective, problem solving approach that can minimize the negative impacts of divorcing on couples, children and families. You will have the benefit of legal, financial and co-parenting advice to help make decisions that will impact you for years to come.
What we do
BENEFITS TO YOU
HEALTHIER FOR CHILDREN
MAKE SMARTER DECISIONS
Brian, father to 11 year old
Steve, father to 4 year old
Rhonda, 2nd divorce (first was litigated)
Karen Ela Kenny, MSW, LICSW is a Collaborative Divorce Coach and Facilitator. She has helped dozens of couples in NH and MA achieve a Collaborative Divorce since 2010. She also has a private practice where she has seen couples, families and individuals since 1982. It is this very work that has inspired her to become involved in helping couples divorce in a healthier way.
“Divorcing is a sad and difficult time. It is a life crisis to be supported as a family re structures physically, financially and emotionally. Decisions need to be made during this time of heightened emotions. I will help couples work together respectfully and thoughtfully to make decisions that will impact them, and their children, in the future. I have seen so often the negative impacts of the litigation process. I work with attorneys committed to apply a different approach to resolving divorce without resorting to court, without battling the other attorney, and with compassion for this time in your lives.