The Collaborative Divorce Process includes
• A Pledge not to go to Court
• An Honest and Open Exchange of Information Between Both Spouses
• Solutions that Address the Needs and Concerns of all Family Members
Collaborative Divorce is a process designed to be civilized, sophisticated, creative and respectful
for parties wishing to find a solution to their separation rather than to assign blame.
It is for parents who need and desire to find a way to co-parent their children despite their separation
and minimize the negative impact of divorce on their children.
It is for those who value privacy as financial and personal issues are not discussed in open court.
It is for people who prefer to be in control of their divorce outcome rather than letting a judge decide.
It is for those who place a value on working together post-divorce.