Collaborative Divorce is a Facilitated Transparent Process

By Beth Brown Ornstein

If you and your spouse want to divorce amicably while making informed decisions, the Collaborative Divorce process might be for you. Through this facilitated and transparent process, you benefit from expert legal and neutral financial advice while focusing on what matters most to you as you move forward with your individual lives.  Your attorneys will advise you about legal requirements and possibilities and the financial neutral will be able to provide a full range of options. With the help of the Collaborative Divorce Facilitator, you and the professionals can explore your options in the context of your family and your goals.

When I work as a Collaborative Divorce Facilitator in the Collaborative Divorce process rather than as a mediator, I feel comfortable knowing that you have all the information you need to make the best possible decisions about your future and, if you have kids, the future of your family.