What is the best divorce solution for your family? Collaborative Divorce or Mediation?

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Campbell Family Law helps clients divorce differently because they deserve better choices in the outcome.  We only work in the out-of-court processes of mediation, collaborative divorce, and collaborative mediation to provide clients with the flexibility they need and want without the spectacle or tragedy that a litigated divorce often is.

Campbell Family Law prepares and empower clients to live their new liberated life to the fullest.

Collaborative Divorce

Stage One: Committing to the Process → Stage Two: Information Gathering → Stage Three: Brainstorming Options → Stage Four: Negotiating Solutions → Stage Five: Reaching an Agreement

Stage One: Committing to the Process
Stage Two: Information Gathering
Stage Three: Brainstorming Options
Stage Four: Negotiating Solutions
Stage Five: Reaching an Agreement

Collaborative Divorce is a legal process enabling couples who have decided to separate or end their marriage to work with their lawyers and other professionals to avoid the uncertain outcome of court decisions and to achieve a settlement that best meets the specific needs of both parties and their children.

Mediation

Stage One: Neutral Mediator → State Two: Information Sharing → Stage Three: Negotiating with Parties → Stage Four: Final Agreement

Stage One: Neutral Mediator
State Two: Information Sharing
Stage Three: Negotiating with Parties
Stage Four: Final Agreement

Mediation is a dynamic, structured, interactive process where a neutral third party assists disputing parties in resolving conflict through the use of specialized communication and negotiation techniques. As a mediator Ms. Campbell also prepares the documents the court requires to finalize a dissolution to insure each couples’ agreements are enforceable should that prove necessary.

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Divorce Process Options

Different Approaches to Divorce

Because there are so many different issues that can come up during a divorce there are four different processes available to get you through a divorce.  They are the Kitchen Table, Litigation, Mediation, and Collaborative Divorce, each with its own pros and cons.

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California Divorce attorney Kathy Campbell focuses her practice on Mediation, Collaborative Mediation and Collaborative Divorce.

Issues During Divorce

Every family is different, which means that every divorce is going to be different.  When couples are divorcing the best resolutions help ensure that each individual continues to have what they need to move on and grow post-divorce.  Both parties will feel better about the process if they know ahead of time that there is a positive future in store.

Going through a breakup is stressful, even if both parties are ready and believe it is the best option for them.  Someone who has already been through a previous divorce will be surprised at how painful it can be to go through the process again.  Even when the dissolution of the marriage is uncontested and the parties remain friends, there will still be a grieving process.

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