The purpose of collaborative divorce is to allow separating parties to resolve their differences without going to court by cooperating in a non-adversarial process. Practitioners are trained in special techniques and processes which manage conflict and assist clients through this difficult time. If needed, other experts including financial neutrals, child specialists, and divorce coaches become part of the clients’ team. Collaborative Divorce allows clients to maintain control over their own outcomes, and it is a resource that many, if not most attorneys, are not able to offer their clients. If you are interested in Collaborative Divorce, contact Beckman Schmalzle Georgelas & Ross today.