Providing Solutions for Divorce, Dissolution, Separation and Other Family Disputes
What Is Collaborative Divorce?
Collaborative divorce offers the services of legal, mental health, and financial professionals working together as a team in non-adversarial fashion. We offer these services to help both parties make thoughtful, proactive decisions.
Will Collaborative Work For Me?
Many couples find Collaborative Practice to be a welcome alternative to the often destructive, and sometimes very expensive aspects of court proceedings.
Where Can I Find Collaborative Professionals?
Find Collaborative Practice professionals in Las Vegas using our member directory or visit our contact page to schedule a free consultation.
Financial specialists are Certified Divorce Financial Analysts who specialize in the financial and tax aspects of divorce. Their purpose is to help both parties reach a mutually acceptable financial agreement while assisting in making manageable, long term decisions.
Attorneys handle the legal aspects of the divorce to ensure that all arrangements are proper, legal, and binding.
Mental health professionals may include a licensed marriage and family therapist, a psychologist, or a licensed clinical social worker who functions as a divorce coach. In addition to teaching communication skills to help move through impasses, the coach may also address ways to deal with stress or emotional issues that arise during the process.
Wondering If The Collaborative Divorce Process Is Right For Your Current Situation?
Can serious marital conflict be resolved without going to court? Yes it can, and the Southern Nevada Collaborative Divorce Group is dedicated to negotiating mutually acceptable settlements outside the court system.