Collaborative Divorce, A Solution for Those Who Want To Divorce Differently?

Collaborative Divorce in Overland Park and Johnson County is an excellent option to consider for those couples who may want to divorce differently and better. Let’s explore collaborative divorce.

Unlike traditional divorce which can often feel adversarial when the court determines the outcome, collaborative divorce allows both parties to work together to reach a mutual solution. Both spouses work together, each with their own attorney, financial advisors, and divorce coaches to make a decision in the best interest of everyone involved, including children.

All divorce negotiations take place during six-way meetings of which both spouses and attorney, the divorce coach and financial neutral. The parties are guided to the best resolution for their specific circumstances by utilizing experts, such as financial experts and divorce coaches specializing in cases with children.

A collaborative divorce is entirely different from a traditional divorce. With the collaborative process, both parties, with the support of two collaborative attorneys, a divorce coach, and a financial neutral, take the time necessary to address the issues unique to their case and create a lasting divorce settlement without court intervention.

Collaborative Divorce is a recognized alternative for resolving divorce disputes in a safe environment that values respect and privacy. Because both parties have agreed to share information openly and work towards reaching a mutually acceptable resolution without going to court, the negotiations address the family’s emotional, financial, and legal needs.

For over three decades, The Hill Law Firm, P.C. practice has served Overland Park, in Johnson County, Kansas, focusing exclusively on family law. Elizabeth Hill is proud to be an attorney helping families to become empowered decision-makers through the collaborative process. To schedule a consultation or obtain more information about the collaborative process in Overland Park, KS contact our office by completing the form on the contact page or calling (913) 381-1500.