What makes Collaborative Divorce so very different from all other dispute resolution processes? What is so different about the unique values of Collaborative Divorce? What is the core of collaborative?
What Makes Collaborative Divorce Unique? The Core Values of Collaborative Divorce By Brian Don Levy Collaborative Attorney & Mediator
Collaborative Divorce is a unique settlement process in which clients use a team of collaborative professionals who work with the family to address the entire integrated family dynamic. The clients contract with their professional team in a process that is optimized to meet the legal, emotional, financial, spiritual & physical needs of the entire family, thus supporting the family members completely as they transition from what they were to what they are becoming. The core of the Collaborative Divorce Process that separates it from all others is that the clients and the collaborative professionals agree to:
<> NEGOTIATE A MUTUALLY ACCEPTABLE SETTLEMENT BASED ON THE DECISION OF THE CLIENTS SUPPORTED BY INFORMED CONSENT, AND NOT DECISIONS MADE BY THE COURT;
<> MAINTAIN OPEN COMMUNICATION;
<> MAINTAIN THOROUGH INFORMATION GATHERING & SHARING;
<> CREATE SHARED SOLUTIONS DIRECTED TOWARDS THE HIGHEST PRIORITIES OF THE FAMILY;
<> COLLABORATIVE PROFESSIONALS WITHDRAW IF CLIENTS DECIDE TO GO TO COURT; THIS IS A NO COURT DIVORCE PROCESS.
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