Tami L. Augen Rhodes Discusses Collaborative Divorce
Create an out of court, win-win resolution that maintains the respect and relationship between the parties.
The Collaborative Law process enables the parties to avoid the courtroom, maintain confidentiality, and reach a mutually beneficial resolution by using a team consisting of collaborative attorneys, mental health professionals, neutral financial professionals, and other team members that may be necessary based upon the unique matters in each particular case.
The parties agree to forgo court and enter into the collaborative process in order to resolve their matters. The collaborative process is used in divorce as well as with pre- and post-nuptial agreements, same sex separations, paternity cases, and a variety of other family law matters.