Collaborative Practice

Dedicated Sacramento Family Law Attorneys

The Collaborative Practice is a way for spouses to resolve disputes respectfully and confidentially. Collaborative Practice seeks to help two people reach a settlement they can both agree upon without intervention from the court. It is best described as a way to practice law while ensuring the lawyers for each spouse helps them resolve conflicts in a cooperative setting, rather than adversarial.

If you believe that you and your spouse are candidates for a Collaborative divorce, then our firm is ready to speak to you. At Perkovich Law Offices, we believe that all divorcing individuals should have effective, alternative avenues available to them when navigating family law matters.

Navigating the Collaborative Divorce Process

Everyone involved in Collaborative Practice is committed to helping the situation move toward a negotiated outcome. During this time, no litigation may be commenced. Each individual will be represented by their own attorney with training in the Collaborative Practice.

Collaborative Practice also provides client with specially trained Collaborative professionals, such as mental health professionals, financial specialist and child specialists, to educate, support, and guide clients in reaching balances, respectful and lasting agreements without court intervention.

If you want to learn more about the Collaborative Practice, you can consult the International Academy of Collaborative Professionals or Collaborative Practice California.

Benefits of Collaborative Practice:

  • Team of Collaborative professionals dedicated to assisting with the resolution of all issues involved in the dissolution of a marriage
  • Independent representation by a Collaboratively trained attorney
  • Transparency and full disclosure of all materials, facts, and information
  • No court involvement
  • Confidential

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