The tension of determining child custody can make the divorce process complicated and difficult for all parties. While this is not possible for every situation, Missouri couples may find that collaborative divorce can be a beneficial way to come to amicable solutions. Collaborative divorce can also be a method by which couples determine child custody agreements and more.
Collaborative divorce is a divorce in which a couple benefits from the services of several parties. This can include attorneys, financial advisors, divorce coaches and child specialists. This team offers practical and emotional support during a difficult time, helping a couple make the most beneficial decisions after careful consideration.