Different Ways To Divorce
Mediation is a form of alternative dispute resolution (ADR). Mediation is a voluntary process where negotiations are facilitated by a neutral third party. Mediation is a hands-on process that provides a structured approach to working through disputes.
Collaborative Practice is a solutions-oriented approach to divorce that seeks to preserve the long-term interests of families. It differs from conventional divorce in that couples pledge in writing to work toward an agreement without going to court. Collaborative Practice offers the resources and support of an expanded team to include divorce coaches, child specialists, lawyers and financial consultants. All these team members serve the same goal of helping you the couples focus on what is truly important for your future. Key elements of this approach are that dignity and self-esteem are protected and the well-being of the family is preserved.
Too often divorce becomes a declaration of war and is does not have to be that way. Contact Katelyn now to move forward with a hands-on, non-judgemental, compassionate approach.