The collaborative approach to family law isn’t about one party winning. It’s about two parties working together in a meaningful way. It’s about creating trust, reducing anxiety, and creating an atmosphere where the parties can hear each other's interests, needs, and concerns. This atmosphere creates the best, most durable results for all involved. Collaborative family law can be the beginning of the healing process.
Whether you work with individual lawyers in a Collaborative Divorce, or work with one neutral mediator, don’t let a judge who doesn’t know you decide your future. Collaborate with confidence and resolve conflict in a kinder way.