Collaborative Divorce | Moving Forward
Staying in Control with Collaborative Divorce
Collaborative divorce is a new approach to navigating the nuances of divorce. Often referred to as “no-court divorce” and “divorce with dignity”, this method involves trained professionals who are working in the couples’ best interest to resolve matters of divorce without the need for a judge to decide what’s best.
This method focuses on maintaining open lines of communication to amicably draft agreements and make decisions for the benefit of the family. Keeping the family in control, utilizing collaborative divorce is more cost-effective and compassionate – especially when there are children involved.
Leaving a family’s future in the hands of a courtroom runs the risk of leaving someone unhappy with the outcome. Allowing a judge to determine when a father visits his children, or if a mother can have holidays is a cold and costly alternative. Collaborative divorce introduces child specialists and therapists that will make sure you and your children are heard and helped throughout this tumultuous time.
Because everyone has a valued say in drafting agreements, families who participate in collaborative divorce have a much lower rate of needing amendments. Should amendments even be necessary, families can count on their attorneys and specialists once again to keep the process as civil and easy as possible.
When asking yourself if this method is right for you, consider the following:
- Are your children top priority?
- Are you willing to work creatively towards a future?
- Do you want control over your divorce?
- Can you behave ethically towards your spouse?
At the Law Offices of Michael Kuldiner, we are certified in Collaborative Practice. Allow our training and skills to work for your family. Schedule an appointment to discuss options and let us help you “divorce with dignity”.
When you need an attorney to represent you with your legal matters, contact the Law Offices of Michael Kuldiner, P.C. in order to obtain the best results possible in each case. To arrange a consultation, please give us a call at (215) 942-2100 or contact us by submitting the form at top right.