Unlike traditional divorce proceedings, the collaborative law concept is a structured and cooperative out-of-court approach to problem-solving that utilizes a professional team and group problem-solving. Collaborative law allows parties in a legal dispute to work collectively with their attorneys and neutral professionals toward a solution in a positive, results-focused setting.
Sheryl Wambsgans is collaboratively trained and will work with other collaboratively trained professionals in the community, to help couples find solutions that are in the best interest for the entire family, particularly the children. The Collaborative method is an excellent alternative to traditional divorce litigation, may cost less, and can help maintain healthy relationships while parties restructure their families.
Contact our office to find out more about the collaborative law process, and if it is appropriate for you and your spouse.