Collaborative Divorce is an interdisciplinary team model that supports couples’ divorcing respectfully and honorably, while considering the needs of all family members.
Our Divorce Professionals
Collaborative Online Practice Divorce offers you a broad choice of highly qualified attorneys, licensed mental health professionals and financial specialists together to address family issues respectfully, without court battles. We honor human dignity and celebrate diversity. While clients select their teams, all professionals are independent practitioners.
As a professional group, Collaborative Online Practice – Divorce promotes Collaborative Family Law principles and protocols that serve to empower clients to generate solutions that preserve assets, family relationships and dignity.
Collaborative Divorce is best suited for couples and families who at heart, genuinely wish to resolve their family law issues respectfully and reasonably, without the adversarial and costly litigation of court battles.
At Collaborative Online Practice – Divorce, we aim to reduce your costs by having our professionals handle their specific areas of skill and training and abiding by streamlined protocols that eliminate duplication of efforts. Instead of one attorney handling only the legal aspects of your divorce, we recognize that divorce is a legal, financial and emotional process. Our attorneys, financial specialists and mental health professionals work together to get you to the finish line efficiently.
Note: Increased interpersonal conflict, ineffective communication and emotional reactivity will increase your divorce costs regardless of the divorce process you choose.
When choosing a divorce process (e.g. litigation, mediation, collaborative) consider which is most likely to aggravate tensions into the future, and which will allow for a more civil transition.
Unlike other Divorce options, a Collaborative Divorce actually works to increase your skill at managing conflict, co-parenting, regulating emotions, and communicating effectively for future interactions that will impact your children, your extended families and extended communities.
Speak to one of our financial neutrals to consult regarding your budget for a Collaborative Divorce. If a Collaborative Divorce isn’t viable, a Team Mediation may be more cost-effective for you.