Going through a divorce can be traumatic and expensive. But there’s another approach to handling a marital breakup – collaborative divorce.
Collaborative divorce is known as the kinder, gentler way to divorce. The collaborative process recognizes that divorce is not just a legal matter, but also a financial and emotional matter.
How do two people who are about to split up get to the point where they can work together?
It is a cooperative method. It starts with creating a team to help the couple determine what is in the best interest for both, not just in the divorce but also for the future. Teams include professionals such as:
- Financial Advisors
- Mental Health Professionals
When going through a divorce, it is important to be aware of all of your options. For those who are successful in the collaborative process, it can be a much less stressful and more pleasant process than a divorce that is litigated through the court system.
Is collaborative divorce the right option for you?