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Collaborative Divorce & Custody Cases

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Collaborative law is a process that relies on mediation and negotiations to reach a settlement without the need to go to trial. In collaborative divorce and custody cases, the two parties are more in control, working together through their attorneys to make decisions on each aspect of the divorce contract, including child custody, visitation, and financial arrangements, rather than relying on a judge to make the decisions for them. Collaborative law is an area we are well versed and have worked with many clients, guiding them every step of the way to an amicable settlement.

To learn more about the Collaborative process, read Collaborative Practice: An Overview co-authored by Lauren E. Walchli.