Collaborative Divorce

Making Collaborative Divorce Easier for You
W
hen a marriage is ending, does it necessarily mean that the divorce must be a lengthy process? More and more divorcing couples, attorneys, mental health specialists and financial advisors believe there is another, better way.

Divorce Support From a Team of Professionals

Does the end of a marriage always lead to a lengthy courtroom battle? Not necessarily. More and more divorcing couples, attorneys, mental health specialists and financial advisors believe there is another, better way. Collaborative practice is a unique alternative for handling divorce and other family law matters. It is founded on three core principles: a written pledge to not take the dispute to court, open communication between the parties, and negotiations that lead to a mutually acceptable settlement.

In addition to specially trained attorneys, you may use mental health practitioners and financial specialists in the collaborative process to ensure positive outcomes for every member of your family. Avoid the stress and courtroom costs of traditional divorce. Call our office when you are ready to explore the collaborative divorce process.
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Explore Collaborative Divorce Options

Interested in a collaborative divorce? With over 35 years of experience, Attorney Knutson and the rest of the team at The Law Offices of Mark S. Knutson can help you determine if the process is right for you. 

For other questions, visit the Collaborative Family Law Council of Wisconsin. Book your initial consultation at a reduced fee today. Can’t squeeze us into your busy schedule? Additional hours are available by appointment for your convenience.
Call us at 262-785-9000 for collaborative divorce cases.
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