Do you think your spouse is generally a good (enough) parent?
Does the tense way you and your spouse communicate get in the way of fair problem-solving and negotiating?
Do you believe it’s important that your kids have close contact and bonds with both parents and sides of the family?
Do you want to create a parenting plan and schedule that is based on your unique family situation instead of a generic one?
Do you want a divorce process that allows you to send YOUR OWN kids to college instead of your ATTORNEY’S kids?
Collaborative Divorce is best for couples who:
- Have a complicated financial situation
- Have non-traditional income
- Aren’t BOTH employed as W2 employees
- Have a complicated pension
- Are incapable of communicating to any place of satisfactory resolution– where both parties feel adequately satisfied (i.e., less unhappy) with results
Same as above, but it is for spouses who:
Are you unclear about the future of your marriage? Marriage is not only about assessing the connection and joy in your relationship; it is also about the “business” of marriage (it is always 80/20 business/intimacy, and they fuel each other).
A divorce coach can assess thoroughly your status and advise you on:
Together you can create a plan around money, parenting, and lifestyle and can avoid costly decisions based on fear and misinformation.
Life does not change if you only modify the content. Your life will change if you will dare to alter the context.
- Santosh Kalwar