Collaborative practice and collaborative coaching can empower couples to work together to create their own personal best agreement. It is possible to have a positive divorce, and certainly a less traumatic divorce with the right resources and support.
Since this is an out-of-court settlement process, complete confidentiality is maintained, which ensures a safe platform for cooperative practices that replace adversarial techniques and litigation. Clients are intimately involved in the entire process, which promotes respect, mutual outcomes, transparency, honest negotiations, cooperation and privacy. With expert advice and guidance, collaborative practice really helps minimize the negative impacts of divorce.
Divorce coaching and collaborative practice is a cost-effective, problem-solving approach that can minimize the impact of conflict on both parties and protect the well-being and needs of children. Collaborative coaching can create a foundation for a productive post-divorce relationship. The collaborative process also serves as a guide toward resolving future conflicts should they arise.
“Experience has shown me that divorcing couples can negotiate and agree on effective solutions, outcomes and reach agreements that can have a positive impact on their post-divorce relationships. Most importantly, children benefit from a civil process and agreed upon solutions that focus on their needs as the highest priority.”