Reasons to Consider Collaborative DivorceSCFLP2020-09-04T16:20:14-04:00
CLIENT INVOLVEMENT: The clients are a vital part of the team. The process shifts decision-making into their hands rather than into the hands of the judge.
SUPPORTIVE APPROACH: Each client is supported by an attorney in a manner that allows the attorneys to work together to resolve issues.
LOWER COST: Court preparation and court time is not required. The clients together select one financial professional and one mental health professional to work in tandem with the team throughout the process.
SPEED AND EFFICIENCY: The process is governed by the parties and their selected team rather than by the court’s calendar.
LESS STRESS: The fear and anxiety of court is taken out of the equation. The team focuses on settlement without the emphasis on preparing for litigation.
WIN-WIN CLIMATE: The group collective process produces a more satisfactory outcome for both parties as they actively participate in all aspects of the decision-making process.