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Each attorney has specialized training for non-combative representation helping the client reach a resolution without having to go to court. Each spouse will have a dedicated attorney with whom they will meet separately and confidentially. Your attorney advocates for you, identifies questions and issues that need resolution yet still takes a positive collaborative approach towards reaching an agreement.
Mediators or collaborative coaches are mental health professionals that perform several rolls on the Collaborative team:
Combine practical techniques and emotional support through the process,
Identify and prioritizes your concern,
Help parties work at their optimal level,
Help contain strong emotions that might interfere with the collaborative process,
Enhances co-parenting skills,
Helps both parties proceed in a forward direction towards a resolution,
Work with children through process as well to maintain an understanding balance.
Court documents can be very confusing and overwhelming. You can fill them out yourself, but you will likely have to return to the court time and again to make corrections. Returning to court involves missing work, hunting for parking and often standing in long lines.
To save money, time and hassle, our document assistant has been preparing court documents for 23 years.