Here is an excellent video with information about Collaborative Practice. I am a firm believer that Collaborative Practice is a better way to divorce. By attorneys, mental health professionals and financial professionals working together, a couple facing a divorce stands a much better chance of transitioning their family in a respectful way that is better for the kids and the couple’s finances.
For more information about Collaborative Practice in California, go to www.cpcal.com.
To schedule a consultation for a Collaborative Divorce, contact attorney Shawn Weber at 858-345-1616 or visit our website at www.BraveWeberMack.com for more information.