Collaborative Family Law

Divorce is often a difficult, adversarial process. From lawyers and court dates to alimony negotiations and custody arrangements, the divorce process can be drawn out and difficult. 

Collaborative divorce is a way to make that process easier. Instead of fighting things out in a court room, collaborative divorce allows spouses to negotiate things openly and respectfully. 

In this free e-book, we'll cover the  basics of collaborative divorce, and how it can benefit your family.


"The underlying philosophy of the collaborative divorce process is that the parties mutually agree to completely avoid the court process, with the result being a faster, cheaper and more amicable divorce or separation."

A Different Approach to Divorce

"One-size-fits-all" isn't really something that makes sense for divorce. Every family is different, and sitting down with a mediator or attorney for dispute resolution can help spouses reach agreements faster and easier. Learn some of the details on how collaborative divorce works and if you can benefit from it.

The Collaborative Divorce Process

We'll walk you through the major steps of the collaborative divorce process, and uncover some of the mystery that surrounds it. Armed with a better understanding of the process, you'll be prepared to make the right decisions when choosing an attorney or mediator and heading down the path of divorce.