Collaborative Divorce: Work Together And Avoid The Battles
Collaborative divorce gives you and your spouse the ability to work together and avoid the battles that often come from a traditionally litigated divorce. As a collaborative divorce attorney, I have seen couples work together to resolve all issues of their divorce in a way that does not damage their familial relationships in the future. You can go through a divorce and avoid the destructive aftermath of a contested divorce.
Collaborative divorce is completely different from a traditional divorce. In the collaborative method, the 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 your family and create a lasting divorce settlement without court intervention.
Couples are given the time and space to work through communication struggles in order to create acceptable solutions in regard to the division of assets/debts, a parenting plan for any children involved, and future financial arrangements. You will work together in a safe, structured environment. Transparency and integrity from all parties involved are the key components to this process. In addition, professionalism by all team members is paramount.
Collaborative divorce is a non-adversarial approach to divorce, and is a unique, peaceful way to creating a better future for you and your family in the midst of a difficult time. If you and your spouse are tired of fighting and are focused on creating the the best possible solutions for you and your children, and are able to work together to make the decisions necessary for your family, the collaborative method might be the best option for you.
As a collaborative divorce attorney, I know that divorce is painful and emotions often run very high, but there is a way through it without damaging your ability to co-parent with your spouse in the future . Collaboration gives you the confidence you need to co-parent and make lasting decisions for your family. After all, you know your family better than anyone else, and having the confidence to make these decisions through the guidance of an experienced team, is key.
If you are in Overland Park, KS and believe collaborative divorce might be the best option for you, contact me, Elizabeth Hill, today at the number below to schedule a consultation. I would be honored to walk this path with you, to help guide you in making the best decision for your family.
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