Decision is made by the parties.


One mediator, two attorney consultants, one or two financial experts 


Most cost-effective for parties with minimal assets and minimal issues.


The parties who cannot get legal advise from the mediator often consult an attorney who is a litigator making the mediation difficult and sometimes ineffective. 


Other legal options (click below to choose)

Litigation Process

Collaborative Process


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Michelle Daneshrad

A Collaborative Professional
Benefits of
Collaborative Divorce
+ Encourges mutual respect

+ Identifies and addresses interests
   and concerns of all

+ Utilizes a problem-solving approach

+ Emphasizes the needs of children

+ Avoids going to court

+ Keeps control of the process with
   the individuals

+ Provides for open communication

+ Prepare individuals for new lives