During a collaborative family law case, confidential information, children, and the parties are kept out of court, while still receiving zealous representation from trained collaborative attorneys. In a collaborative case, the parties and a group of professionals work together as a team to resolve the issues and reach an agreement, rather than handing the decisions over to a judge who doesn’t know the family. Financial considerations are skillfully handled using the services of a neutral financial professional. Emotional elements which often get in the way of an agreement, but are typically overlooked and ignored in traditional litigation, are addressed by a neutral mental health professional. For more information, contact us today.