Divorce can be one of the most devastating experiences you’ll ever go through. But collaborative divorce is a peaceful process that helps many spouses find a dignified and respectful resolution.
From Nov. 1 to Nov. 5, more than 200 California divorce professionals will schedule free, private half-hour consultations to discuss the collaborative process as part of “Divorce with Respect Week.”
Managing divorce without going to court
The event is part of a public education campaign on the benefits of consensual dispute resolution for families. Those considering divorce receive valuable information from experienced collaborative and family dispute resolution professionals. These 30-minute meetings are:
- Designed to answer any questions about divorce
- Focused on the benefits of peacefully resolving differences without going to court
- Free and private, but there is no obligation to hire an attorney or file for divorce
These meetings are only informational and offered to help people understand the collaborative process as well as how to manage divorce with respect and dignity.
Schedule an appointment online
“Divorce with Respect Week” is co-sponsored by Collaborative Practice California (CPCAL) and the International Academy of Collaborative Professionals (IACP). Bartholomew & Wasznicky LLP, co-founder Hal Bartholomew is a member of both organizations and is one of the more than 200 professionals offering their services from Monday, Nov. 1, through Friday, Nov 5.
If you are thinking about divorce and have questions or want to know how the collaborative divorce process works, you can sign up online on the CPCAL website. Simply choose your region toward the bottom of the page and select from the attorneys listed by city.