About Divorce Options MNWe Are An Experienced Network of Independent Divorce Professionals
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Divorce Options Workshops are presented by our team of independent divorce professionals with experience in all areas of divorce, child custody, financial settlement options, mediation, and counseling.
Our team of professionals help you explore your options so you can make informed decisions about which process will most likely lead to your desired outcome.
Divorce Options Workshops are designed to help you take control of your divorce and move forward with your life.
About Collaborative DivorceCollaborative Divorce Professionals of Minnesota is a network of independent divorce professionals committed to using Collaborative Law to help you and your partner reach agreements that are in the best interest of you, your family and your children.
Advantages of Collaborative Divorce
Respect and effective communication.
Clients choose Collaborative Divorce because they want to have a respectful process that enhances effective communication.
You have control over the process.
In the collaborative process, you and your partner take responsibility for shaping the divorce settlement, rather than the courts or judges.
You negotiate your own settlement.
Every family is different and Collaborative Divorce recognizes that. Together with the professional team, you and your partner work out a detailed agreement that is much more in-depth and customized than the traditional divorce decree, especially when it comes to parenting time and financial matters.
You have support through the process.
Our professional team members are experienced and provide compassionate service with proven results.
You can save time and money.
Collaborative Divorce avoids long, difficult and often expensive court battles.
You can create a better future for your family.
In Collaborative Divorce, parents can work with a Divorce Coach or Child and Family Specialist to lay the foundation for a healthier parenting relationship and reduce the impact of divorce on the children.
You can avoid court involvement.
There is no court involvement other than to sign the final legal documents.