Collaborative Divorce Roles
The Collaborative process uses a team approach to help parties resolve their divorce in a manner that respects and honors each Party’s interests.
Collaborative Attorney: Each party hires a Collaboratively trained attorney to help them navigate the legal aspect of divorce. Attorneys support clients, help problem solve, and collaborate as a team to reach agreement.
Divorce Coach: Divorce Coaches are licensed Mental Health Professionals that support the parties as they restructure their family. They help to manage conflict and hold emotions through the process. The divorce coach helps parties with children craft parenting agreements that focus on the interests and needs of their children.
Financial Neutral: Financial Neutrals are Certified Divorce Financial Analysts ®(CDFA) and have experience in working with families going through divorce. The financial neutral works with the parties to gather all financial information, address financial questions, and create scenarios for division of financial assets.
Child Specialist: Child Specialists are licensed Mental Health Professionals that help to bring the voice of the child to the divorce container. They help parents and the professional team understand how the children are managing with the change in their family structure.
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