Divorce and custody do not have to equate with war and battle. Collaborative divorce can be a cost-effective way for some parties – with or without children – to go their separate ways by working in a team format. Using a single financial analyst, mental health support and attorneys who negotiate with transparency, collaborative divorce is an investment in preserving good will and more control over the final outcome. If you are an attorney in need of divorce coaches or child specialists, we are trained and ready to participate as members of your team. If you are a parent who did not know collaborative divorce was an option, contact us to learn more or begin your research here.