A huge benefit of Collaborative Divorce is the fact that the process and the outcome are customized to meet the unique needs of the family, without having to fit into objective court metrics that cannot always apply to a specific family situation.
Plus, Collaborative parties remain cordial and respectful throughout the process, even through difficult moments, because a team of professionals supports them, guides them and helps them toward a final peaceful and acceptable outcome. In fact, couples who divorce collaboratively find that they are more likely to follow the parameters of their divorce agreement and less likely to have a need to return to court in the years following the dissolution of their marriage.
Another benefit is the smooth and timely results achieved through the Collaborative Process according to the parties’ timetable since participants do not encounter common obstacles that occur on the road to litigation nor are they held to a judge’s calendar.
Interested in learning more about Collaborative Divorce? Contact Alisa Peskin-Shepherd!