Divorce is an emotionally complex process. Most people going through divorce will tell you that it is the most emotionally challenging experience they have ever had. There are many ways to divorce. Some are better than others. A good life after divorce starts with the way you separate.
Your marriage started in love, perhaps even a spiritual union. You can divorce in a way that continues to honor who and what you’ve been. When you separate your lives from this place of honoring each other you keep conflicts at a minimum protecting your assets and your family going forward.
Collaborative Divorce is a team approach that supports and guides your decisions about family, finances, friends, and your future without the need for court, allowing you to keep your decisions in-house. No need to leave it to a judge to decide what is best for your family.