The Collaborative Process helps parents guard their children, dependents, and even elder family members from the potential collateral damage of a divorce or family dispute. The emotional nature of any dispute can present a risk factor for children & other family members.
With the support & guidance of the Collaborative Professionals, parents have an opportunity to form their future parenting relationship by crafting a parenting plan & prioritizing the interests and needs of children and other family members. The Collaborative Process gives the family more control of the separating process & outcomes that can reduce the stress and uncertainty of a contested divorce or family dispute. Plus, details remain private and out of public records and media. Even when filings are required by law, efforts are made to ensure minimal public record filings and your privacy is preserved as much as possible.