An exciting field of family law is Collaborative Divorce. In a public trial, and in traditional divorce negotiations, the focus is on highlighting the disputes between the parties. But in the Collaborative Process, the focus is on finding mutually agreeable solutions that address the needs of the entire family. A divorcing couple can work with a team of professionals who advise them on the legal requirements as well as financial impacts, developing a healthy co-parenting relationship, and other critical issues with complete candor and cooperation. Dividing joint assets and determining the best interests of children in a divorce are among the complex matters where trained professionals such as accountants, parenting coordinators and mental health professionals can help parties reach a thorough, equitable solution.
At Mullett Dove & Bradley, we have the training and experience necessary to help our clients participate effectively in a Collaborative Divorce. Contact us today to learn more about Collaborative Divorce.