Most of us think of Valentine’s Day as a holiday in which couples reaffirm their love for each other and their commitment to one another. However, as this article in today’s New York Daily News points out, holidays like Valentine’s Day can actually motivate some who are contemplating divorce to move into action.
It can be a lot to think about, though — there are legal considerations and financial considerations, not to mention the emotional impact that divorce can have on the spouses and their children. Those who favor the collaborative approach to divorce do so, in large part, because professionals focused on the couple’s post-divorce financial and emotional needs are integrated into the divorce team and are trained to work together with a shared understanding of the collaborative approach.
To help those contemplating divorce in Texas to decide if, when and how to proceed, the Collaborative Law Institute of Texas has put together this section of its website with information about and resources for getting a divorce in Texas. If you’re looking for a collaborative lawyer, financial professional, and/or mental health professional in your Texas city or county, in order to learn more about the collaborative approach, this page on the site is set up for city and county-specific searches.