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Collaborative Divorce

Why Collaborative Divorce?

After practicing family law for nine years, Sarah Digby wanted to find another resource for her clients who were seeking a more respectful, amicable way to dissolve their marriages. In 2022, Sarah underwent extensive training to receive her Collaborative Divorce Certification. Since then, her clients have enjoyed the benefit of the ability to resolve their differences through a process that emphasizes open communication, respect, problem-solving, and mutually-agreeable settlements. 

What is Collaborative Divorce?


How Does Collaborative Divorce Differ from "Regular Divorce"?


Who is involved in a Collaborative Divorce?

Schedule a consultation with our office if you would like to learn more about the Collaborative Divorce process and other alternative dispute resolution methods. 

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