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Resolving Divorce
with Dignity & Support

Learn how a collaborative divorce works

Resolving
Divorce
with Dignity
& Support

Learn how a collaborative divorce works

Divorce is one of the most difficult experiences
anyone can go through in life

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Collaborative Law Makes It Easier

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The emotional, financial and physical stress one experiences in a divorce can be devastating. But it doesn’t have to be. Our team of professionals are here to show you how with a Collaborative Divorce.

Most think a typical divorce to be a fight which requires a “bull dog” attorney to get as much as possible from their spouse. This creates a high conflict environment that destroys a family and eliminates any civil conversation between spouses. High conflict divorces can go on for years, cost tens of thousands of dollars and wreak havoc on a couple and their family.

What if there was another way?
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Protect Your Family

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An approach to divorce that isn’t threatening where a couple can create their divorce plan together in the same room. That approach exists and is called Collaborative Divorce. Collaborative Divorce is a process where each spouse hires their own legal representative and agree to stay out of court. Several other professionals are brought in such as Certified Divorce Financial Analysts to help with asset division, therapists to help with emotional roadblocks and custody evaluators to assist with parenting plans. The clients and professionals all meet together to build a divorce plan that works for both sides. The process saves the clients time, money and emotional trauma during one of the most difficult transitions of their lives.

More about how it works
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Protect Your Family

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An approach to divorce that isn’t threatening where a couple can create their divorce plan together in the same room. That approach exists and is called Collaborative Divorce. Collaborative Divorce is a process where each spouse hires their own legal representative and agree to stay out of court. Several other professionals are brought in such as Certified Divorce Financial Analysts to help with asset division, therapists to help with emotional roadblocks and custody evaluators to assist with parenting plans. The clients and professionals all meet together to build a divorce plan that works for both sides. The process saves the clients time, money and emotional trauma during one of the most difficult transitions of their lives.

More about how it works
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Why You Should Consider Working With

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Collaborative Professionals

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This process is generally less costly than litigation

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You are a vital part of the settlement team

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You are each supported by your collaborative professionals

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Focus is on settlement, not the imminent threat of “going to court”

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With this process the proceeding is much less time consuming

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You control the proceedings – your destiny is in your hands

Learn more about why Utah ACP is the right choice
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Of course you have questions
We Have Answers

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While no two cases or collaborative professionals are alike, the emphasis in the approach is to find a way in which the professionals can work with the parties that will achieve a satisfactory settlement in an efficient, cooperative manner. Learn More >>
In the event the parties are unable to arrive at a settlement through the collaborative- law approach, the collaborative professionals withdraw from the case and the parties are free to retain trial attorneys to pursue their matter in Court. Learn More >>
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Of course you have questions
We Have Answers

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While no two cases or collaborative professionals are alike, the emphasis in the approach is to find a way in which the professionals can work with the parties that will achieve a satisfactory settlement in an efficient, cooperative manner. Learn More >>
In the event the parties are unable to arrive at a settlement through the collaborative- law approach, the collaborative professionals withdraw from the case and the parties are free to retain trial attorneys to pursue their matter in Court. Learn More >>
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Resolving Divorce
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Resolving Divorce
with Dignity & Support