Collaborative Divorces in Florida

The parties to a collaborative divorce make their own decisions based on their own needs, but with complete information from their respective attorneys and professional support as needed from agreed upon neutral financial specialists and therapeutic specialists such as therapists and coaches.

Once the collaborative process starts, the attorneys are disqualified from representing the parties in any contested proceeding in the event that the collaborative process is not successful.

The collaborative divorce process is not for everyone, but can be less adversarial than the traditional process where both parties are reasonable and for the most part agreeable.

If you think the collaborative process is for you, then call us at 561-820-0811 or Contact Me to discuss your case in confidence.

 

 

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