Elevated Mediation From A Financial Expert’s View

Financial neutral meeting with a divorce couple.

Not only can a divorce be draining emotionally, but it can be draining financially, too. But when you utilize the collaborative divorce process, you have access to a financial neutral who can help you develop a solid financial plan that will be mutually agreeable to both of you. Not only do you have access to…

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Why Use a Financial Neutral in a Collaborative Divorce

Divorce couple sitting in front of financial neutral.

When a couple chooses to dissolve their marriage using the collaborative divorce process, they work together with a team of experts to draft a mutually agreed-upon settlement. That team is comprised of an attorney for each spouse, a financial neutral, and mental health professional(s) to help the couple with communication, co-parenting issues, and perhaps a…

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Divorce Without Going to Court!

Collaborative, mediation and co-mediation are private processes where the clients never go to court.  These are completely private and confidential processes.  Does that mean that no documents get filed with the Court?  No, but when documents are filed with the Court such as a Marital Settlement Agreement or Stipulated Judgment, the documents may be just…

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Which Divorce Would You Rather Have?

collaborative divorce process

Which Divorce Would You Rather Have? by Michelle Daneshrad, CFL-S Completion Law Firm, Woodland Hills, California Isabelle is standing at the top of a sloping brick driveway. Her sister stands beside her. She is practicing in her mind the words she was trained to say. As her dad’s red SUV finally reaches the front door,…

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