Collaborative Divorce Professionals
Resolving Disputes Respectfully in New Jersey Divorce
Independent interdisciplinary divorce professionals serving Monmouth, Middlesex and Ocean Counties.
The mission of the Collaborative Divorce Professionals is to bring together independent interdisciplinary professionals, and to foster the growth of collaboration through shared resources, ideas and energy. With common goals, ethics, high standards and services we can provide our clients with all the tools needed to go forward with their lives no matter what season they may be in.
What Is Collaborative Divorce?
Collaborative law (also called collaborative practice, divorce, or family law) is a legal process enabling you and your spouse or partner the support, protection, and guidance of your own lawyers in order to avoid the uncertain outcome of court and to achieve a settlement that best meets the specific needs of both parties and their children without the underlying threat of contested divorce litigation.
Additionally, Collaborative law and our group of Collaborative Divorce Professionals allows you the benefit of child and financial specialists, divorce coaches and other professionals all working together on your team.
Why Choose Collaborative Divorce?
Protect Your Assets
Making good financial decisions during divorce is critical to the outcome of a fair and just settlement.
Protect The Children
Any time couples find themselves facing divorce, one of the first concerns they have is how it will effect the children.
Maintain Your Privacy
Are you concerned about the personal details of your divorce becoming part of the public record in New Jersey?
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