Alternative Divorce Agreements – Helping You Achieve a Mutually Beneficial Outcome
Traditional divorce litigation can be costly, time-consuming, and emotionally damaging due to its adversarial nature. However, there are other alternatives available.
Collaborative divorce involves the parties working together to reach a mutually satisfying compromise that everyone can live with.
Helping You Achieve a Mutually Beneficial Agreement
Collaborative divorce is truly family-focused. This process allows you to, in effect, write your own divorce settlement. There are four basic stages to the collaborative divorce process: