Collaborative Law allows couples to divorce with dignity. It also provides other alternatives to families than resorting to litigation. Many families have chosen this route to create a successful plan for raising their children rather than litigating. Click here for more information on what is Collaborative Law, and to see if it might be right for you or someone you know.
How do Allied Specialists help in the process? Many Collaborative Law professionals support the use of a team approach to assisting families. Communications facilitators and child specialists are professionals with specialized training in communication, family systems, and childhood development who can be brought into the process to assist in helping the parties transition through the divorce process and achieve their goals.
If you would like more information on the roles of neutral or allied professionals, click here.
Mr. Craig will be glad to assist you through his work as a communications facilitator or child specialist with your collaborative team. Rates are $200.00 per hour. Please click here for more information on Mr. Craig. To discuss these services, please e-mail Mr. Craig. To begin services, please forward the completed intake form and needs inventory.
We have found that families that have attended coparenting education or read Between Two Homes have a greater success rate, better follow-through, feel more empowered, and utilize their time more effectively.
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