What Others Are Saying
Here you will find quotes from Collaborative Family Law Professionals and Clients together with links to useful articles relating to Collaborative Family Law. Please review the articles to discover what people are saying about Collaborative Family Law and its impact on divorcing couples.
Collaborative divorce encourages the parties to communicate directly and resolve issues without court intervention. Agreements reached by the parties themselves ill better meet the family's needs and have far greater likelihood of long term success than orders imposed by a judge at the end of a court trial. Most importantly, collaborative divorce helps parents work together to focus on the best interests of their children and to avoid the damage caused by ongoing litigation.
Milwaukee County, Wisconsin
Professionals with extensive experience working in the trenches know there has to be a better way to help people through a difficult process. With Collaborative Family Law, issues are identified and dealt with directly by coaches, attorneys, and child specialists. It's certainly a better alternative.
I chose Collaborative Family Law because I wanted a respectful process. My main interest was in our daughter. Ultimately, I did not want to leave a negative legacy. We were able to maintain control of the outcome, rather than accepting the terms of an imposed order. We also realized significant savings by avoiding litigation.
Married 27 years
A Collaborative Family Law team seeks 'win-win' solutions, not endless litigation. It works because collaborative lawyers see divorce as a problem to be solved, not a battle to be won. A collaborative team approach offers privacy and respect and supports the promise of a brighter future for all family members.
Please visit the website of the Collaborative Family Law Council of Wisconsin, Inc. for more information or to locate a Collaborative Lawyer near you.