YOU DON'T HAVE TO WAIT
Don't pause your divorce due to the pandemic
Now more than ever, during these uncertain times of COVID-19, the collaborative divorce process is an excellent way to resolve your divorce or post-divorce issues. Our team approach is well suited to assist families in developing durable resolutions. Our professional team members offer the skills and experience necessary to assist you in resolving your divorce, or to assist you in creating interim solutions regarding support and parenting time.
Courts are overloaded during the best of times; access to the courts is even more limited now during the pandemic. If you want to move forward to resolve your divorce and family issues out of court, we are ready to work with you using technology so that we can work together while maintaining social distancing!
A Better Way To Divorce In New Jersey
What Is Collaborative Divorce?
Collaborative divorce is a team approach to resolving divorce issues without resorting to litigation. It is outcome focused, solution-oriented, and client/family centered. Collaborative law is creative, less costly than traditional divorce litigation, confidential, and convenient.
How Do I Get Started?
The first step involves having a consultation with a collaborative divorce attorney. Please refer to the Directory of Professionals located on this website to help you begin your search for the collaborative attorney who best suits your needs. The collaborative divorce attorneys have strategies and guidelines that can help you begin the process and get your spouse on board as well. Members of South Jersey Collaborative Divorce Professionals are here to help you manage the transition and guide you to a post-divorce resolution settlement.
Find A Collaborative Professional
The South Jersey Collaborative Divorce Professionals are located throughout the New Jersey counties of Burlington, Camden and Gloucester and is comprised of collaboratively trained attorneys, financial neutrals, divorces coaches, and child specialists and advisors who are committed to resolving divorce disputes respectfully.