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    Collaborative Divorce

    A Better Way To Divorce

    Collaborative Divorce is a new approach to divorce, bringing the best that legal, personal and financial wisdom have to offer in a humane, dignified fashion. The goal is to minimize the negative, emotional and economic consequences of divorce.

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    How Collaborative Divorce Works

    Collaborative divorce is a process that enables you and your spouse, with the support of a collaborative team, to reach a mutually acceptable resolution without going to court.

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    Why Collaborative Divorce Is A Better Way

    The collaborative process is designed to remove fear and anxiety from decision-making in a divorce allowing the parties to reach an agreement in a cooperative environment.

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    Collaborative Divorce Professionals

    How Do I Get Started?

    The first step involves having a consultation with a collaborative divorce attorney. Please refer to the Directory of Professionals located on this website to help you begin your search for the collaborative attorney who best suits your needs. The collaborative divorce attorneys have strategies and guidelines that can help you begin the process and get your spouse on board as well. Members of South Jersey Collaborative Divorce Professionals are here to help you manage the transition and guide you to a post-divorce resolution settlement.

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    The South Jersey Collaborative Divorce Professionals are located throughout the New Jersey counties of Burlington, Camden and Gloucester and is comprised of collaboratively trained attorneys, financial neutrals, divorces coaches, and child specialists  and advisors who are committed to resolving divorce disputes respectfully.

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    The Top 2 Fears Kids Have About Divorce

    It seems that even when they can’t seem to agree on much of anything else, many divorcing spouses are committed to protecting their children from the pain of divorce. In fact, concern for the welfare of the children has kept many miserable couples together longer than they would’ve liked under other circumstances. Whether this is a good thing or not is a matter of debate. Some mental health professionals would assert that the damage that can be done to a child’s social and emotional development when there is ongoing disconnection, conflict, and contention between mom and dad, can be much... Read More

    The Best Way To Divorce in New Jersey

    What is the best way to divorce in New Jersey? The answer to this question depends a lot on your goals, circumstances, and the dynamic between you and your spouse. Many people are familiar with only one way to divorce. It is the litigated divorce process that people are most familiar with. Thanks to movies like the 1989 blockbuster, War of the Roses, it is typically the no holds barred, knockdown drag out, messy court battles that people picture in their minds when they think of divorce. The truth is, most divorce litigation never ends up in front of a... Read More

    Choosing The Best Divorce Attorney For You

    The importance of choosing the right divorce attorney to represent you cannot be overstated. Unfortunately, many people end up hiring the first divorce attorney they meet without considering whether he or she is the right fit for them and their circumstances. The divorce attorney you choose to represent you and protect your interest will have a monumental impact on the outcome. When you consider how much is at stake, it just makes sense to carefully consider the attorney who will be entrusted with your future. Many people will either begin their search for a divorce attorney based on recommendations from... Read More

    Collaborative Divorce: An Investment In Solutions Rather Than Accusations

      “Frankly, I don’t care if she settles or not,” was his reply to her attorney. “I’d rather see her waste even more money like she made me do for these past four years.” These were the words of a man broken and bitter from the battle. It was no longer about ending a marriage. It was about winning the war. Endless unsubstantiated accusations were hurled at each other just for spite, like children throwing spaghetti in a food fight without regard for the innocent bystanders who would also get dirty. And one by one, these accusations would become part... Read More