Children are a priority, not a casualty, in a Collaborative Divorce.

Divorcing parents concerned about how a divorce will affect their children will find that Collaborative Law encourages them to work together make the divorce easier for their children. This is one of the most powerful reasons people choose Collaborative Law.

Collaborative Law works to:

  • Create a good post-divorce relationship between the co-parents.
  • Encourage healthy communication between the co-parents as they make decisions about raising their children.
  • Develop a detailed parenting plan with the assistance the coach/facilitator who understands child developmental issues and the potential effect of divorce on children.
  • Make solutions that lead to a positive relationship between the children and both parents .

Learn more about how Collaborative Law helps settle issues relating to:

Money and Divorce

Divorce of Same Sex Spouses

Children Born out of Wedlock

Pre and Postnuptial Agreements

Domestic Partnership Dissolution