Collaborative divorce is a way to put your children’s needs first, control your costs, and avoid divisive and wasteful court proceedings. In this concise guide, you’ll learn:
• What is collaborative divorce, and how does it work?
• Who participates in a collaborative divorce?
• How long does it take, and what does it cost?
Get practical, helpful advice on how to navigate one of the toughest transitions that you could ever go through with The Client’s Guide to Collaborative Divorce.
“The collaborative process was excellent in enabling my ex-husband and me to achieve the equitable divorce we each wanted. Instead of two lawyers and the two of us butting heads, the four of us worked together (for the most part) to achieve a fair division of our assets. My ex and I came out of the process still able to talk to one another.”—J.B. 2015