1.Member Commitment to Out of Court, Solution-Based Alternatives
Members of Collaborative Divorce Texas are committed to helping couples and families develop options and solutions that best fit the competing and shared needs and interests of the parties and children, in stark contrast to traditional divorce, which focuses on the past and assessing blame for problems.
Most Collaborative Divorce Texas members have received interdisciplinary and many have also received advanced training in the Collaborative Divorce Process, which gives you the best chance for reaching an acceptable settlement without court intervention. Collaborative Divorce Texas (previously known as the Collaborative Law Institute of Texas) has been training professionals in the Collaborative Divorce Process since it was first introduced in Texas in 1999.
Experience plays a critical role in handling a Collaborative Divorce case. Members of Collaborative Divorce Texas are experienced at successfully guiding clients and cases to out of court settlements. While the Texas Family Code does not require any particular level of experience to handle a Collaborative Divorce case, members of CDT have a depth of knowledge and experience that gives you the greatest chance for a satisfactory outcome in your case.