Is The Collaborative Divorce Process Right For You?
There are a number of factors to review to determine if a Collaborative divorce is a good strategy for you. If the points below apply to you, there is a good chance a Collaborative divorce is a strategy you can use.
- I know that I will be better served in the long run if my spouse and children are also well served.
- I want to speak and act as my best self, even though sometimes my words and actions seem to come from my worst self.
- I want my lawyer to be a wise counselor and an engaged moral agent rather than a hired gun and an alter ego.
- I am willing to be in the same room with my spouse and to speak for myself and my own legitimate self-interest with the assistance of one or more Collaborative professionals.
- I am open to solutions that will respect both my and my spouse’s needs and interests.
- I want to make decisions affecting the future of myself and my family from a place of calm, considered wisdom, rather than from a place of anger, humiliation and fear – even though I may be experiencing those hard feelings, now, and during the process of the divorce.
- If it were possible, I would prefer deeper resolution rather than a shallow space.
- I know that at times things may feel hard and uncomfortable, but I am willing to be with that discomfort and to preserve through the process.
- I want to act ethically for myself, for my spouse and for the sake of my children.
- After the divorce is completed, I want to be able to look back and feel good about the outcome and how I handled myself during the process.
We Are Ready To Assist With Your Collaborative Divorce
To discuss how Greenwich Law Group, LLC can assist you with your family law case, contact us at 847-382-3995, our Chicago office at 312-558-9700, or use our online contact form to schedule a consultation. For your convenience, we have offices in Chicago and Oak Park.