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Collaborative Practice is a relatively new dispute resolution model

Introducing Collaborative Practice

Collaborative Practice is a tried and true dispute resolution model in which a divorcing couple works with a team of trained professionals to resolve disputes respectfully, without going to court. This team includes attorneys, mental health professionals and financial experts who guide and assist the parties in resolving their conflict through cooperative strategies rather than adversarial techniques and litigation.

The goal of cooperative divorce is to provide a method of dissolving a marriage that reduces the stress, time and expense normally associated with a traditionally litigated divorce. Unlike traditional methods of divorce, the Collaborative Divorce model addresses the significant, but often overlooked, impact of divorce on personal health and financial matters.

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