Are You In Need of a Collaborative Divorce Legal Professional?

Many individuals would prefer to avoid going to court if at all possible. If you are one of these individuals, then you may wish to consider collaborative practice for your divorce. Collaborative practice is a voluntary dispute resolution process in which parties settle without resort to litigation. Attorney Cherise Williams is a divorce coach in the Rockville, MD area with extensive experience in collaborative family law agreements. Contact her today to discuss whether the collaborative process would be beneficial in your situation.

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Reach a Civil and Cooperative Solution With a Divorce Coach

The heart of collaborative practice offers you, your spouse or partner the support, protection, and guidance from your lawyers without having to go to court. You'll also be provided with other professionals who will be working together on your team.

Benefits of collaborative practice:

  • Negotiate a mutually acceptable settlement without the court's involvement
  • Maintain open communication and information sharing
  • Create shared solutions acknowledging the highest priorities of the family
  • Child Specialist
  • Financial Specialist
  • Divorce Coaches

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We Have a Legal Focus in Collaborative Family Law

Attorney Cherise Williams helps with many different aspects of family law. Collaborative practice is just one of our legal focuses. In collaborative practice:

  1. The parties sign a collaborative participation agreement describing the nature and scope of the matter;
  2. The parties voluntarily disclose all information which is relevant and material to the matter that must be decided;
  3. The parties agree to use good faith efforts in their negotiations to reach a mutually acceptable settlement;
  4. Each party must be represented by a lawyer whose representation terminates upon the undertaking of any contested court proceeding;
  5. The parties may engage mental health and financial professionals whose engagement terminates upon the undertaking of any contested court proceeding; and
  6. The parties may jointly engage other experts as needed.

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Consult With Us and Discuss Your Collaborative Law Agreement Today

Many may believe that only couples who are on good terms can benefit from collaborative practice. However, any individual can benefit from this process, as your attorneys can help mediate disputes and find solutions that work for you both. Attorney Cherise Williams is available in the Rockville, MD area to help whenever you're interested in collaborative practice. Consider calling today to learn more. You can receive 50% off your first consultation by getting in contact with her.

Collaborative Divorce: A Safe Place is a 20-minute video of a couple going through the collaborative process. The video includes interviews with the couple, their attorneys, collaborative mental health coach, and financial neutral. Click here to watch the video.

Collaborative Divorce: A Safe Place DVD is copyrighted by International Academy of Collaborative Professionals. All rights reserved. No part of this movie may be edited or reproduced in any manner whatsoever without prior written permission.