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Map of the Collaborative Process

Stage 1: Setting the Framework, Committing to Process, Temporary Arrangements

Parties understand process options, then choose and commit to Collaborative. Process after reviewing collaborative framework and clarifying motivations. Temporary arrangements are established and collaborative team is chosen and funded.

Stage 2: Information Gathering

Issues are identified.  The factual, legal and emotional background is developed. The parties’ interests are identified and understood.

Stage 3: Brainstorming and Option Development 

Options are brainstormed for each issue, then compared against interests and prioritized.

Stage 4: Negotiating and Choosing Solutions

Packages of options are created, analyzed, and prioritized.  Packages are modified and refined to create resolution.

Stage 5: Memorializing Agreement, Implementation and Final Debriefing

Written documentation of the agreement and required court forms are prepared and signed.  An implementation plan is developed and carried out.  Final debriefing.

Stage 6:  Follow Up

Follow-up to parties to determine if any changes are needed.  Changes are negotiated, memorialized and implemented.

Who to Call W a Collaborative Divorce

We believe that collaboration is the way of the future. Why go through the stressful process of litigation and go in and out of the courtroom when you can agree to meet in a calm and respectful manner to achieve results that are beneficial for both spouses?

By using the collaborative process, you and your spouse can resolve disputes respectfully, and you may even obtain results that are more favorable than you would if you fought out the terms of your divorce settlement in court.

When you choose to use our services, you'll not only learn how to file for divorce in Sacramento CA, but you'll also find out more about the benefits of the collaborative process and how it might be the best resolution option for you and your family. Not only can this process save you the time and money associated with heavy litigation, but it can also lead to a long-term peace between you and your spouse.

Keeping a positive and mutually respectful relationship with your ex will not only make your life more free of drama and stress, but it will also provide any children involved with a more positive environment.

If you want to go through a civilized resolution process and co-parent your children in a non-contentious manner, then seek a collaborative divorce using a team of mental professions, non-biased financial experts, and lawyers. Contact Sacramento Collaborative Practice Group today.

About SCPG

Sacramento Collaborative Practices Group is a group of professionals interested in avoiding court battles and power struggles to resolve conflicts. Our group is a multi-disciplinary, multi-field group open to all professionals interested in Collaborative conflict resolution. Read more...

Will CP work for me?

If the following values are important to you, it is likely to be a workable option:

  • I want us to communicate with a tone of respect
  • I want to prioritize the needs of our children.
  • My needs and those of my spouse/partner require equal consideration, and I will do my best to listen objectively.

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