When couples are embroiled in their divorce , there is a tendency for them to get lost. This is especially true for cases in the court system. They are so focused on winning and being right, lost sight is what the real issues are: how to co-parent their children in two households, how to equitably divide the property, how to move on as single parents to heal. Once the case hits the court system, it has a life of its own. The couple is not empowered to equipped with the tools to get back on track and find their way back.
Attached a great article by Laurie Israel, Esq explaining how the Collaborative process transforms the hurt and anger present during the divorce to a clear, civil parting of the relationship to the next stage of their lives. Read how Collaborative divorce is the preferred method for couples who understand the importance of communicating their truth, wants and needs.
It may be too late now to change the direction of the marriage. You may wish you could go back in time and start all over and get it right from the start. What collaborative divorce can do is help you find your way back to where you are, where you are going and what is before you enter the next path in your life.
This process works, this process is for you, this is Collaborative Divorce!
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