Collaborative Divorce

Is There A Better Option For You And Your Children?

Would a collaborative divorce be better for you and your children? This new and evolving method of conflict resolution brings a team approach to solving problems with respect and dignity and without the high cost of litigation.

Collaborative law allows you the benefit of child and financial specialists, divorce coaches and other professionals all working together on your team.

Both parties agree to work with professionals to create a mutually advantageous solution tailored to their needs and circumstances rather than relying on the courts to decide for them. Collaborative law is a cooperative, voluntary conflict resolution process, which offers both parties the support, protection and guidance of their own lawyer and other professionals without going to court.

Working together, you can negotiate a mutually acceptable settlement without litigation. Maintain open communication and information sharing. Develop a solution that takes into account the highest priorities of both parties. Focus on creative problem-solving rather than revenge. Create less stress and less expense than a traditional courtroom proceeding.

If you would like to learn more about collaborative law, the family law team at Big Valley Law can help.