One of the benefits of the collaborative divorce approach is the future well-being of the entire family:
- The collaborative process is better for the children. They are given a voice in the process to minimize potential trauma that can last for generations.
- You remain in control. You decide the outcome of the collaborative process rather than a judge who will tend to make decisions based on expediency and on a “one size fits all” view of the divorce process.
- You enjoy confidentiality. Family problems as well as finances are kept private.
- Solutions are mutually beneficial. The collaborative process allows each party to be heard and presupposes that each has unique needs, interests, concerns and goals.