Collaborative divorce can be a good alternative for women facing a Virginia divorce, and has been an increasingly popular choice for divorcing couples across the country.
Divorce can be a confusing and heartbreaking event that many couples dread. While collaborative divorce doesn't take all of the sting out of dissolving your marriage, it does help put more of the decision-making power into the hands of the divorcing parties.
In a collaborative divorce in Virginia, you and your spouse agree to have civil and respectful communication facilitated by a group of experienced professionals. The team includes your respective Newport News divorce lawyers, 2 divorce coaches, a financial specialist, a child specialist and a case manager.
A collaborative divorce in Virginia can benefit you in many ways, including:
- it is generally less stressful than traditional courtroom divorce;
- it can help you learn more about Virginia divorce and give you a greater sense of control over the process;
- it can be more cost effective;
- it provides the knowledgeable counsel of a team of professionals to help guide you; and
- it can be an emotionally healthier option for your children because the collaborative divorce process encourages cooperation and civility, rather than animosity and bitterness.
If you have questions about whether a collaborative divorce in Virginia is an option for you, you should contact an experienced Newport News divorce lawyer who offers collaborative divorce.
Keep in mind that while it is a legitimate alternative to the traditional divorce, not every couple will benefit from a collaborative divorce in Virginia. You can learn more about whether collaborative divorce is a good option for you by downloading our free 12-page collaborative divorce "Knowledge Kit."
Contacting a Newport News Divorce Lawyer
Our Newport News divorce lawyer team cares about your rights, the welfare and happiness of your children and your financial security. Let us use our unique experience and legal knowledge to help you focus on your goals for the future and your family. To learn more about Virginia divorce, request a FREE copy of our guide, What Every Virginia Woman Should Know About Divorce, or reserve your seat at our monthly divorce seminar – 757-425-5200.