Collaborative divorce provides a way for couples to resolve their conflict respectfully, without going to court.
Both sides hire a collaboratively - trained attorney, and usually a neutral divorce coach is part of the collaborative team. The couple and the rest of the collaborative team then have a series of meetings to discuss the issues and reach an agreement that is focused on the future, while keeping the needs of both parties and the children in the forefront.
A collaborative divorce helps keep the amount of conflict in check, which is beter for children and encourages better post-divorce co-parenting.
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