Should Teens Have a Say in Their Parents' Divorce?

There is nothing more important than ensuring that your children are valued and protected during the divorce process. Courts are not properly equipped to handle the dynamics of each and every family and their specific needs. That is why the Collaborative process is so well-suited for families with children. In the Collaborative setting, each family member is heard, even the children. By using highly skilled child specialists throughout, children’s voices are represented and respected, without the children ever having to endure the overwhelming and frightening process of being brought into court. Collaborative protects children.

Elizabeth VazComment