Upon commencement of divorce, the parties can file a Proposed Parenting Plan (the “Plan”) for their children below 21. This Plan is a written proposal of how each parent shall manage matters relating to their child, such as the child’s residence and education.
Collaborative Divorce is a legal process whereby couples who have decided to separate or end their marriage, can avoid the lengthy and costly process of a contested divorce through negotiation.
The Collaborative Divorce Process avoids the traditional adversarial process of going to court. It puts you and your spouse in charge of all decision-making, allowing you to determine the fairest and most appropriate solutions for you and your loved ones.
Is the Collaborative Divorce Process approach right for you? Our series of articles on Collaborative Family Practice provides all the information you need.[:][:][:]