The Collaborative Divorce Professionals of Boulder County is a multidisciplinary group of professionals working together to help divorcing families constructively work through their divorce process and reach agreement without going to court.
Collaborative Divorce is a needs and goals focused process which allows you to direct the outcome of your divorce: financially, as parents, in regards to your home, and your future interactions.
Our group is dedicated to supporting and empowering families in transition through the use of a coordinated, collaborative, non-adversarial process.
The Collaborative Model uses an interest based negotiation approach, rather than an adversarial approach, to resolve conflict. We realize that your entire family is in transition. What was once a whole must be divided into separate homes and each of the homes must strive to be whole individually.
A collaborative divorce encourages each of you to consider your needs as they relate to your family undergoing one of its most difficult life transitions. Determining need, and striving to meet those needs for each of you, is at the heart of a collaborative divorce. “Interest-based negotiation,” is at the heart of the collaborative divorce process.
Are you wondering?
- How does Collaborative divorce differ from litigation and mediation?
- For whom is collaborative divorce best suited?
- Why is Collaborative divorce successful?
- How will Collaborative divorce benefit my children?
- How long does a Collaborative divorce take?
- Are there financial benefits to a Collaborative divorce?
See our Helpful Resources page for important links to help you and your children.
Contact any of our Members to learn more.
You are invited to any of our free public informational seminars. Talk with a collaboratively-trained divorce attorney, mediator, communication specialist, and/or financial professionals to get your questions about divorce answered. Seminars are held the First Thursday of each month at 7 pm at 4845 Pearl East Circle, Suite 101, Boulder, Colorado. No rsvp necessary.
The role of attorneys in collaborative divorce
Advising clients, manage the collaborative process so that it runs efficiently and smoothly, and to assist their clients in remaining aware of both the client needs and the needs of their spouse and children are the main roles of the collaborative attorney. Keep client focused on previously stated needs.
Dealing with Financial Issues in divorce
The divorce settlement will, in part, determine your financial well-being for many years to come. The guidance of a financial specialist will help protect your and your family’s interests. Reviewing all assets and incomes, the financial specialist will assist you in analyzing viable financial options for your future.
Dealing with Emotional issues in Collaborative Divorce
Divorce is a major life transition; while lit marks the end of one part of your life, it is also the beginning of another. A divorce coach help you manage the pain and strain of transitioning your relationship while focusing on goals for the present and the future. working with [...]
Reaching a collaborative parenting plan
Children may suffer most from divorce and be least able to understand and express their feelings. Communication with parents may be difficult, if not impossible. The child specialist, an individual skilled in understanding children, will work with you and your spouse (and directly with your children if you think it [...]