Let us say you have been married for over a decade, and you and your spouse have grown apart. You have arrived at a mutual decision that it’s best to go your separate ways, but you’re worried that the legal complexities of divorce, asset division and child custody could end the friendship you hope to maintain in the years to come. You would be an excellent candidate for the Collaborative Process.
When two spouses are geared toward peace and reconciliation, anything is possible. Negotiation and mediation are the central parts of Collaborative Law proceedings. When two divorcing spouses are actively engaged in this process, mediated miracles can often be achieved.