Collaborative Practice and Your Future
Divorce/separation is both an ending and a beginning. Collaborative Practice helps you anticipate and include your need to move forward, and makes the future of your children a top priority. As a more respectful, dignified process, Collaborative Practice supports your family’s goals for a smoother transition to the next stage of your lives. Since you actively fashion the agreement, it reflects your priorities and needs and is more likely to last. If you need help in the future with issues, such as parenting time as the children grow older and circumstances change, you have professionals who can help you make the adjustment, or you may return to the Collaborative process.
In other conflicts when the parties will have an ongoing relationship with each other, using Collaborative Practice can similarly create a better foundation for future interactions and conflict resolution.