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Avoid Court

Avoid Court

In a Collaborative process of divorcing, all decisions are made by you and your divorcing spouse without court involvement. You are not dependent on Court schedules. You are not subject to a Judge making decisions for you and your family. In a courtroom, your voice is...

Why the Collaborative Divorce Process is Healthier for Children

Why the Collaborative Divorce Process is Healthier for Children

Therapists have long known that children whose parents have divorced will do better when their parents are able to remain emotionally strong and supportive for their children. Divorcing parents who are able to co-parent in a respectful manner help their children adapt...

Why We Use Coaches in Collaborative Divorces

Why We Use Coaches in Collaborative Divorces

Very often a client will ask their attorney “but why do we need a Coach? Won’t that just be an added expense that we don’t really need?” These are valid questions and here are some helpful responses: The Coach will meet with the parties together and individually...