Collaborative Law


The Collaborative Method of divorce involves two parties, two collaboratively-trained attorneys, a financial neutral and a coach (often a mental health professional). The goal is to provide a team that can address all issues of a divorce, with each party maintaining representation.  The process is designed as an alternative to court-based litigation, like mediation, but offers more professionals in the process if the parties find that helpful.

Paul Murray is a collaborative divorce-trained financial neutral and participates in the process.  He brings his mediator neutrality to this process to ensure that each party has a voice in relation to their finances, and that each understands the financial issues. We can help you determine if the Collaborative Method is right for you.

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