Collaborative divorce is a method of divorcing that encourages cooperation instead of confrontation. In this way, couples can divorce with dignity and ensure respect, integrity, and kindness in the process.
Springfield Collaborative Divorce attorneys are not your typical divorce lawyers. Our attorneys our guided by their sense of justice and their commitment to helping families move toward their future without the baggage and bitterness that are often byproducts the traditional divorce method.
The North Carolina Guide to Collaborative Divorce Proceedings, published by Springfield Collaborative Divorce, explains and illuminates the divorce laws in North Carolina that govern Collaborative Law Proceedings.
The Guide is intended to aid in understanding this legal alternative to court proceedings. It offers guidance as to when this alternative makes sense for couples in North Carolina who desire a method of divorcing that encourages cooperation instead of confrontation, and creates an environment in which couples can divorce with dignity and display respect, integrity, and kindness toward each other.