NEW BEGINNINGS THROUGH TEAMWORK
A Collaborative Divorce allows each spouse to retain a lawyer trained in the collaborative process. Other professionals can be added to the collaborative team if needed, such as a financial professional, and a mental health professional. They serve as neutral team members.
This collaborative process opens the power of creativity to finding custom solutions. The law is always discussed and outlined so the spouses clearly understand their rights. With that knowledge as their base, the team can work both inside and outside the law to create options that are tailored to the needs of the couple or family.
With the intense emotions that surround a divorce, it may be tempting for one or both spouses to give up on a mediation process, because they lack any support during the process other than the mediator. That mediator must maintain neutrality during the process, which means the mediator is not advising either party.
In a collaborative process the addition of attorneys and neutral professionals, such as a mental health professional and/or a financial professional, act as a support team for the couple which maximizes the likelihood of settlement. Additionally, an important aspect of the collaborative process is that if either party chooses to leave the process the entire team of professionals, including the individual attorneys, may not continue with either party moving forward.
It’s important to choose the right process from the beginning. Call Brenda Baietto, Esq., who is a trained mediator and collaborative divorce attorney, to determine which solution will work best for you.
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Serving Tampa Bay, our group of collaborative divorce professionals help resolve divorce through a non-litigated, peaceful & respectful team-based approach. Collaborative divorce professionals seek mutually beneficial results with you, your spouse, & children in mind.
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