Aubrey Law

Is the collaborative process better for my children?


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The collaborative process is better for families. Yes, it’s better for children. It helps parents to learn to communicate throughout the process. It makes them better parents next week, next year and in 10 years. The collaborative process encourages joint resolution of problems rather than arguing and fighting and winning, and one person deciding and the other person objecting. The collaborative process helps parents to be better parents.