Collaborative Process Is For Divorcing Couples Who Want A Healthy Transition And The Best Separation Agreement

12391435_192385974441516_971157875868647436_n.jpg North Shore Mountains Dec 2015Have you and your spouse separated and are now seeking an alternative to the court-based process which is expensive, time consuming and adversarial?  Are you and your spouse seeking a dignified and low-conflict method to divorce?  The Collaborative Divorce Process is an out of court dispute resolution process that uses innovative and non-adversarial techniques to ensure that the issues arising from your separation are dealt with in a manner that maintains and promotes the interests of your children, your spouse and you.

Visit the Collaborative Divorce Vancouver website to learn more about this respectful process for resolving family disputes

The Collaborative Divorce Process is an excellent process for you and your spouse if:

  • You both want to resolve and settle the issues arising from your separation and divorce in a civilized manner with out the threat of court
  • You both want to protect your children and yourselves from the harm associated with litigation such as argumentative, accusatory or threatening letters between lawyers
  • You both want a strong co-parenting relationship for the child rearing years and beyond
  • You both want to remain amicable with the possibility of achieving a friendship with each other
  • You both wan to maintain the  friendships of all those connected to both of you through your social circle
  • You both want to take control of the decision-making in your situation as opposed to handing it over to a neutral third-party
  • You both want to avoid the excess costs and time associated with litigation
  • You both want private negotiations which create a confidential separation agreement instead of public court hearings and publicly filed court documents
  • You both want to understand your current financial situation and choose the best financial options for a strong future, and
  • You both want to reduce legal costs and preserve your assets.

Contact Marla Gilsig to learn more about how she can help you separate & divorce using the Collaborative Divorce Process by sending her an email at [email protected]