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Collaborative Divorce Organizations

Collaborative professional organizations are groups of multi-disciplinary professionals committed to resolving divorce cooperatively. The organizations you will find in this directory are not private practices, but rather networks of professionals who have joined together with a mutual commitment to the ideals of the collaborative method of divorce.

The Collaborative Divorce Process is a way of practicing law where the attorneys for both of the parties in a divorce agree to assist them in resolving conflict or legal issues using cooperative strategies rather than adversarial techniques and court proceedings.

The Collaborative Process uses informal discussions and conferences attended by both spouses and their attorneys and other professionals to settle all issues. The Collaborative Process relies on an atmosphere of honesty, cooperation, integrity and professionalism. It requires that both spouses, with the assistance of their attorneys, provide all pertinent documents and information relating to the issues to be settled. In the event that experts are necessary, it encourages the use of jointly retained experts. Both spouses and attorneys are required to work together toward a shared resolution that is geared toward the future well being of the family.

California - Collaborative Divorce Organizations
Los Angeles and Ventura Counties
  Alliance of Divorce Professionals       (818) 784-8844 Visit Web Site  
  Coalition for Collaborative Divorce       (818) 784-8844 Visit Web Site  
SF Bay Area -- East Bay (Alameda and Contra Costa Counties)
  Collaborative Practice East Bay       (510) 728-3578 Visit Web Site  
Southern California, Orange, Los Angeles, Riverside & San Beanrdino Counties
  Collaborative Divorce Solutions, Inc.       (714) 998-8200 Visit Web Site  
Colorado - Collaborative Divorce Organizations
  Mile High Collaborative Law Professionals       (303) 432-1651 Visit Web Site  
Florida - Collaborative Divorce Organizations
Central, East, and all Brevard County, Florida
  Collaborative Association of Brevard       (321) 242-7526 Visit Web Site  
Central, East, and all of Brevard County, Florida
  Collaborative Family Law Group of Central Florida       (407) 644-4040 Visit Web Site  
New Jersey - Collaborative Divorce Organizations
Middlesex, Monmouth and Ocean counties
  Collaborative Divorce Professionals       Visit Web Site  
Pennsylvania - Collaborative Divorce Organizations
Central Pennsylvania
  Collaborative Professionals of Central Pennsylvania       Visit Web Site  
Southwestern Pennsylvania
  Collaborative Law Association of Southwestern Pennsylvania       (412) 253-7134 Visit Web Site  

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Collaborative Divorce: The Revolutionary New Way to Restructure Your Life, Resolve Legal Issues, and Move On With Your Life

by Pauline H. Tesler , Peggy Thompson

About half of all marriages in the United States end in divorce. The unfortunate reality is that most of these divorces result in unnecessary collateral damage, as the family issues involved are far too complex and personal for a court to address. Now there is a better way.

In Collaborative Divorce, Pauline Tesler and Peggy Thompson present the first complete, step-by-step explanation of the groundbreaking collaborative divorce method that is revolutionizing the way couples end their marriages. Tesler and Thompson, two pioneers who train collaborative professionals around the world, walk you through the stages of collaborative divorce. With real life examples and practical exercises, they provide useful insight into how divorce can be handled constructively and entirely outside of the court system.

Working with a team of caring specialists that includes two lawyers, two coaches, a financial consultant, and a child specialist (if necessary), you and your spouse focus on building a consensus that addresses the needs of everyone who will be directly affected by the divorce. This exciting new paradigm empowers you - not lawyers or a judge - to shape the outcome of your divorce, as you:

Stay out of court and save time Create long-term financial and parenting plans that work Play an active role in designing your life after the divorce Understand and address your children's needs Conserve emotional...

Divorce the Collaborative Way. Is It the Way For You?

by JD Melinda Eitzen

An introduction to the Collaborative Method as explained by professionals from three disciplines, an attorney, a therapist and a financial planner. It comprises the team approach to dispute resolution.


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