Background on Collaborative divorce
Collaborative family law or collaborative divorce is a fairly new way for families to settle their disputes without going to court. Collaborative family law begain in the 1980's as the brain child of Minnesota lawyer Stu Webb. Collaborative divorce has also been referred to as no-court divorce, divorce with dignity and peaceful divorce.
The goal of collaborative family law is to get everyone in the family’s need addressed without having to involve costly litigation. By settling issues out of court, parents are able to maintain respect for each other and minimize the impact of the divorce on the children. The OurFamilyWizard website is the perfect companion to the collaborative case. Parents, mediators, attorneys, counselors and therapists, financial planners as well the children can all have access to the shared family records.
the OurFamilyWizard website is collaborative divorce in action.
From calendars and parenting schedules to medical information and tracking reimbursements for medical expenses, the OurFamilyWizard website provides a comprehensive suite of tools that help both families and the professionals who work with them.
You can avoid confusion over plans and miscommunications by implementing the tool that has been proven to work. The OurFamilyWizard website is so helpful at improving communication and planning that courts in more 30 states are ordering families to utilize the site in the most conflictive contested cases.
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