What Is Collaborative Practice?
The court system is arbitrary. Often, judges must come to a resolution without truly knowing you or your priorities. Collaborative practice is an alternative way to resolve divorce-related disputes. During collaborative practice, you and your ex will come together with legal professional to find solutions that fit your priorities and take your existing relationships, needs and circumstances into account. Collaborative practice offers you and your spouse the opportunity to take control of your future while coming to a place of mutual respect and consideration. Together, you and your spouse will consult with psychologists, attorneys, accountants and other professionals to examine your full situation and prioritize your divorce agreements as you see fit, without unnecessary courtroom involvement.
How Collaborative Divorce Brings Both Peace And Control To Your Life
Collaborative divorce is often among the best ways to both find legal resolution and bring closure to your relationship. Its benefits are numerous, but among them are:
- A sense of agency over your future after a period of legal and emotional turmoil
- Resolutions that consider your long-term priorities, past work and current investments
- Reduced need for modifications and changes to your agreements
- The ability to learn and apply conflict resolution techniques
- A better relationship with your ex as you move toward a coparenting relationship
At Law Offices of Jimin Oh, we believe that divorce can be a positive step forward for you and your ex. By embracing collaborative divorce practices and its collaborative nature, you can find the peace you need to give yourself a fresh start. Get access to the mental health professionals, financial stability and other resources you need to forge a new future that you can thrive in.
Contact Our Firm
To work with Law Offices of Jimin Oh, contact our Bay Area office at 408-256-2871. You can also reach us online. We offer free initial consultation.