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Promoting Peace Not War

While our adversarial court system has served society well for criminal trials and civil disputes, it has proven to be less than ideal for divorce and family matters. Too often our justice system results in divorces that are far too expensive and stressful, while leaving both parties unsatisfied and with unmet needs.

Unlike traditional divorce which encourages parties to “fight” their way to a final settlement, the collaborative process empowers the parties to craft their own agreements, incorporating the highest priorities of all involved.  The goal of Collaborative Divorce is to reduce conflict, focus on solutions and to encourage healing throughout the divorce process.

Collaborative Divorce has been developed from an understanding of the stress, fears and uncertainties associated with divorce. Our professionals call upon many years of practical, professional experience to promote peaceful divorce settlements.

While our adversarial court system has served society well for criminal trials and civil disputes, it has proven to be less than ideal for divorce and family matters. Too often our justice system results in divorces that are far too expensive and stressful, while leaving both parties unsatisfied and with unmet needs. Unlike traditional divorce which encourages parties to “fight” their way to a final settlement, the collaborative process empowers the parties to craft their own agreements, incorporating the highest priorities of all involved. The goal of Collaborative Divorce is to reduce conflict, focus on solutions and to encourage healing throughout the divorce process. Collaborative Divorce has been developed from an understanding of the stress, fears and uncertainties associated with divorce. Our professionals call upon many years of practical, professional experience to promote peaceful divorce settlements.
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