A different way to divorce: CLP
A growing number of parting couples, along with other professionals such as lawyers, mental health professionals and financial specialists, have been seeking a more constructive alternative to traditional divorce proceedings in courts. These professionals have developed the Collaborative Practice model.
Collaborative Practice is a reasonable approach to divorce based on three principles: • A pledge not to go to court • An honest exchange of information by both spouses • A solution that takes into account the highest priorities of both adults and their children.
"If you are looking for an alternative to divorce as usual, you are not alone."
Mutual respect is fundamental to the collaborative way. You may cease being spouses, but you don't cease being worthy human beings. When respect is given and received, discussions are likely to be more productive and an agreement reached more easily.