“When clients feel stressed, frightened, or threatened, they are reassured that no agreement or decision will be reached that they don’t agree to. The goal is to reach an agreement acceptable to each of you.”
A successful collaborative case will produce a mutually satisfactory resolution that address the legal, financial and emotional issues you face. This requires professionals trained in and dedicated to Collaborative Practice. CPSV members have extensive training in Collaborative Practice and are committed to providing the highest level of expertise in their respective fields.
Please review the CPSV membership lists, available on the links to the right, as a guide to selecting collaborative professionals who can best serve your needs. The Collaborative Professionals on these lists are approved by their respective organizations to practice Collaborative Divorce in your community. Please feel free to contact any of them to discuss the benefits of Collaborative Divorce.