Marisa Nava, Ph.D.
|Posted on January 19, 2011 at 1:43 PM||comments (85)|
Collaborative Practice is a new option for divorcing couples to resolve disputes respectfully and equitably without going to court. The goal of collaborative practice is to help divorcing and separating couples to focus on their most important goals, especially children, throughout the divorce process. The process utilizes specialists who leverage their areas of expertise to address children's needs and the emotional and financial aspects of the divorce. Because clients agree not to go to court, the process is more open and less adversarial. The goal is to enhance communication throughout the process and lay the foundation for a healthier relationship after the divorce. The end result is a more efficient, targeted, and productive way to resolve disputes.
Collaborative Practice at a Glance:
(from the International Academy of Collaborative Professionals)
Who is Collaborative Practice for?
I would be glad to answer any questions you may have about Collaborative Practice and to discuss whether this may be a good option for your family. You may also find more information through the International Academy for Collaborative Professionals at www.collaborativepractice.com or from the SC Collaborative Law Institute at www.sccli.org.