Collaborative Practice

Collaborative divorce is a process where both parties commit to resolving their legal issues without litigation.  The parties and their collaboratively trained counsel, in a series of four-way meetings, exchange information, discuss the parties’ personal goals and concerns, and work together as a team to reach resolutions that take into account each party’s priorities and concerns.

The collaborative process allows parties to retain their privacy and their dignity and, most importantly, gives them the tools to build the type of relationship which is needed to effectively co-parent children.