The Collaborative Divorce Process is likely to be a workable option for you if you agree with the following statements:
What is Collaborative Divorce?
The Collaborative Divorce Process is a new way for you to resolve disputes respectfully — without letting a judge decide the fate of your family — while working with collaboratively trained professionals who work to support you and your family through the legal, financial, emotional, and parenting issues.
The heart of Collaborative Practice or Collaborative Divorce Process (also called “no-court divorce,” “divorce with dignity,” “peaceful divorce”) is to offer you and your spouse or partner the support, protection, and guidance of your own lawyers without going to court. Additionally, Collaborative Divorce allows you the benefit of child and financial specialists, divorce coaches and other professionals all working together to help you to identify and meet your goals.
Dr. Deborah Gilman
PSYCHOLOGIST. CHILD SPECIALIST. CONSULTANT.